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Weather Discussion Cards


Weather Discussion Cards Developed by Lesley Hunter, Creavery Primary School

Teacher’s Notes

In this activity, students share weather information to work out what the weather is in different places. It is suitable for upper KS1 or KS2.

It can be used with different abilities and improves listening skills, group work and to encourage every group member to participate.

Differentiation can be incorporated by giving poor readers less information (temperature cards only) or appointing a classroom assistant to read for a group of children. Alternatively, a set of easier clues can be produced and the teacher just has to note what colour of card they are printed on.

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