Weather Coloring Pages

For those of you who, like me, are stuck in the dead of dark winter, these weather coloring pages are for you! It’s hard to remember that the earth actually does warm up again when there is nothing but dreary, cold days to endure. And for those of you in Australia right now? Pfffftttttt. ūüôā

These weather coloring pages can be fun for getting your mind off of the current cold, but they also offer some educational value and can be a great addition or jumping off point for science lessons about weather and climate. ¬†For smaller kids, you can talk about how the mercury in the thermometer drops when it’s cold and rises when it’s hot. ¬†This can also lead to lessons about solid, liquid, and gas forms of matter and how temperature affects them.

When it comes to weather, there’s just so much to learn. ¬†How do tornadoes form? ¬†Why do we have different seasons? ¬†How do meteorologists predict what the weather will be like for the rest of the week? ¬†There are also some really cool science experiments that kids love where you can make your own clouds, create a tornado in a bottle, or discover the relationship between air pressure and weather.

Or, you know, you could just print out the pages and plop the kids down with some crayons while you wrap yourself in a warm blanket and hover over a cup of hot coffee.  One of the best things about coloring pages is that they provide an activity that most kinds can handle all on their own, which is nice when you need a break or really just want to hibernate until spring.

Related Pages: Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall Coloring Pages

Have fun outside at any time of year with these 101 outdoor kids activities, too!

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Founder and CEO of Woo! Jr. Kids Activities, Wendy loves creating crafts, activities and printables that help teachers educate and give parents creative ways to spend time with their children.

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  1. Debby Addison

    How do I get your wonderful pages to print on a full piece of paper. I would use them so much more if they would print larger than a quarter page. Thanks!

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    Wendy Piersall

    Randy – all of those season specific coloring pages can be found in the links at the top of the post! : Happy coloring!

  3. Randy Sue McKeever

    I was wondering why you did not include a rain picture? I know it rains when it storms – but sometimes it rains without a storm. Also would you consider doing a summer, winter and spring picture like you did with the fall picture with the dropping of the leaves? I love the baby birds in the nest for a spring picture..but seriously need a summer and winter picture for my special needs students! Thansk so much! ‘i get a lot of use out of your website and sister websites! Great work!

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