DIY Preschool Weather Board {With Free Printables!}

I’m am SO excited to share with you our preschool weather board! I just put it together and I also created some printables for YOU to use, too! Since we’re still on the letter W, I thought studying weather would be appropriate. Also, Troy is talking a lot about the weather lately so I know he’s ready for this!

DIY Weather Board {includes free printables!}

First, I made a weather wheel.  This was the first time I bought clip art for printables and I love it! The only problem is that it didn’t come with a graphic for snow. So please forgive me that this weather wheel doesn’t include snow. To download your FREE copy, click here —> Weather Wheel

It’s easy to assemble…just cut out the wheel and arrow and put a brad through it.

Then I made a weekly weather graph with cards to put under each day. To download your FREE copy, click here —> Weather Graph

My suggestion is print these out on cardstock and laminate them. If you don’t have a laminator, you may want to invest in one–here’s my favorite: Scotch Thermal Laminator

Laminated Weather Sheets You don’t need to mount the wheel and graph on anything, but I chose to make a board for this. I took an old canvas and wrapped it with fabric. Then I attached the weather graph and added an envelope below to hold all the cards. I also put velcro dots on the graph and cards.

Weather Graph--includes FREE printables!

Weather Board

Weather Board

We are excited to add our weather board to our preschool day. I know it’s a very common thing to do in preschooler curriculum, so I hope these resources are helpful for you!


  1. Super cute, Angela! We’re in the process of getting a big bulletin board on our wall – so I will finally be able to do stuff like this with the kids.
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    • Thank you so much! That’s fun about the bulletin board!! We are in the process of selling our house, so I can’t hang one right now. When we move I’d love to have a whole corner for this type of stuff. I guess that’s the teacher in me!

  2. thanx for sharing awesome way of doing it and I like the idea of tracking it throughout the week.

  3. I LOVE THIS!!! Since we’re currently remodeling the basement and I have no wall space to hang anything, I may try using these in a 3 ring binder so we can talk about the weather every day.
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  4. This is great! Thanks so much for sharing. And it doesn’t snow around our parts, so the lack of snow on the weather wheel won’t make a difference around here. :-)
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  5. Thanks for sharing this! I am excited to make one for the upcoming school year. It is so cute!
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  6. This is so wonderful. Thank you for sharing.
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  7. Thanks so much for sharing your cute printable, Angela! I featured it as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page (and on Pinterest).
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  8. I wish you had snow! :( other than no snow cards, my kiddos and I love this weather board. I personally liked the graphics the most compared to what else is out there.
    Here is how I incorporated your “the weather outside is…” to my board.

  9. Christie O. says:

    These are so cute! I used them to make flash card size pictures for my infant. I will probably laminate them to keep them in good lasting condition (baby drool). Thank you for sharing.

  10. thank you; You are so kind to share this.


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