Busy Hands: Weather Cards

Little Dude likes doing crafts independently these days. So, when we made these weather cards, I let him take the lead, with a little guidance from me. These cards are great for discussing and learning about different types of weather.

Simple weather cards that toddlers and prechoolers can make themselves.

To make these weather cards, we cut a blue A4 sized sheet into four. I cut out two circles for the sun. We used one to make a Sunny Day, and he drew the sun's rays with a crayon.

For the Cloudy Day, we hid the sun behind the cotton clouds. I drew an outline of the cloud in pencil, and he glued on the cotton.

Weather card making activity for toddlers and precshoolers.

For the Windy Day and Rainy Day, we made similar cotton clouds. I asked Little Dude to draw his interpretation of rain and wind. He used the darker blue crayon for rain, and the lighter blue for wind.

Simple weather cards that can be made by toddlers and preschoolers.

I love how this is a project he did mostly on his own. We glued the cards on to a white cardboard, and use a wooden peg to mark what kind of weather it is outside!

Busy Hands - series for crafts and activities for kids.

Busy Hands is a series about activities and craft 
you can do with toddlers and young children.

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