Add a splash of creativity to your preschool weather lessons with these weather of color by number pages featuring a rainbow of themes, from tornadoes to sunny skies and everything in between. These engaging activities aren’t just about coloring; they’re tools for working on number and color recognition skills, refining fine motor abilities, and even exploring different types of weather.
Preview of the Weather Color By Number Pages
Take a look at the color-by-number pages you can print and color or paint to explore different types of weather.
Party Cloudy Weather Color By Number
Partly cloudy or partly sunny? Color the weather page and see for yourself!
RAINY WEATHER COLOR BY NUMBER
We don’t usually choose rainy weather days, but they are much needed for the plants, animals and natural environment. Slow down, enjoy the rainy weather and color by number!
NIGHT TIME MOON & STARS COLOR BY NUMBER
Learning about day and night? Moon and star activities for preschoolers are always fun too! Explore the weather, the seasons and the nighttime sky with this waxing crescent moon color by number page.
DAYTIME SUNSHINE COLOR BY NUMBER
Summer days and hot sunny skies are what we like to see! Celebrate the beginning of summer or learn about the brightest star in the sky. Did you know? The sun has extremely important influences on our planet: It drives weather, ocean currents, seasons, and climate and makes plant life possible through photosynthesis. National Geographic
TORNADO COLOR BY NUMBER
Learn about tornado weather by coloring the funnel. Tornados are formed from clouds and made of air. Add high winds, and you have a tornado.
THUNDER AND LIGHTENING COLOR BY NUMBER
Dark clouds in the sky with lightning bolts create this thunder and lightning color by number.
SNOWING COLOR BY NUMBER
When the snow starts coming down, color this snow color by number.
Rainbow Color By Number
Sunlight shining through water creates a rainbow. After the rain, then comes the sun creating an arc of colors we call the rainbow. Color a bright and spring-like rainbow in the sky with this printable rainbow color by number.
DOWNLOAD WEATHER COLOR BY NUMBER PAGES
Create weather-related color by number art.
Books About the Weather for Preschoolers
Engaging preschoolers in learning about the weather can be challenging because children can be afraid of the weather or not exposed to certain types of weather in their region. Books are excellent resources to make it both educational and enjoyable. By incorporating colorful and interactive weather-themed books into your lessons, young children can easily grasp the concept of weather. Books with vivid illustrations and simple language can help them understand different weather conditions, from sunny days to rainy afternoons. Reading about the weather not only builds their knowledge but also encourages curiosity and conversation about the world around them, making it a valuable addition to any early childhood program. Below are just a few of my favorite weather and seasonal books:
Toys for Preschool Weather Theme Centers
Add weather-related resources to your centers for your preschool centers including stamps for your art or writing centers. Use the Changing Season Sensory Tubes to your right table center or science shelf. The weather puzzle is perfect for your tabletop or math center.