Home » Teaching Resources » Science of Weather – Wind Science of Weather – Wind Facebook Twitter Pinterest Print Ideas and lesson plans to enhance the learning and teaching of weather studies in primary schools. Aldridge, V., Meldrum, G. and Ross, H., 2005The Science of Weather: a primary school resourceCity of Edinburgh Council The Story for Teachers Resources Start exploring Search Resources All Mathematical Topics All Mathematical Algebra and Functions Coordinate Geometry Differentiation Exponentials and Logarithms Geometry and Measures Integration Number and Algebra Numerical Methods Probability and Statistics Ratio, proportion and rates of change Sequences and Series Trigonometry Vectors All Environmental Topics All Environmental Afforestation Animals Carbon Capture Carbon Dioxide Carbon Neutral Climate Strike Deforestation and Desertification Ecosystems Fossil Fuels Fossil Fules Global Warming Greenhouse Gases IPCC Oceans Recycling Renewable Energy Transport Weather and Extremes all levels All Levels A Level A-Level GCSE Latest from blog New Teaching Resources – Tropical Cyclones Air Masses New Teaching Resource – Salt Marsh Evidence Welsh Translation of Teachers’ Guide Other resources you might like… Primary Science of Weather – Clouds Ideas and lesson plans to enhance the learning and teaching of weather studies in primary schools. Primary Science of Weather – Atmosphere, Pressure and Wind Ideas and lesson plans to enhance the learning and teaching of weather studies in primary schools. Primary Rainbows Rainbow facts Rainbows are beautiful arcs of colour in the sky. They occur when it is raining and sunny at the same time. To Primary Converting Units It might be useful for you to know the conversion of units commonly used in meteorology for use in the classroom.