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Create your own Weather forecast. Use this editable weather forecast to support ICT cross curricular. This PowerPoint will help children in Upper KS2 enhance their skills in a range of areas including Speaking and listening, literacy, ICT, Science, Geography and Maths.

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create your own weather forecast
Create your own Weather forecast
  • Use this editable weather forecast to support ICT cross curricular. This PowerPoint will help children in Upper KS2 enhance their skills in a range of areas including Speaking and listening, literacy, ICT, Science, Geography and Maths.
  • REMEMBER the learning outcome is to produce a forecast that they can present to the class so the children will need to be familiar with vocabulary that meteorologists use. Start by watching your local weather online or on TV and ask them to do a weather watch and write down any vocabulary they will use in their weather script.
  • To use this you will need to have prior knowledge of teaching PowerPoint and being able to add custom animations, timings and transitions.
  • Encourage the children to work methodically through this as they need to ensure that they do not end up with the weather symbol been shown in Edinburgh and the temperature in Manchester. They will constantly rehearse their script as they work through adding the timings to the forecast.
  • Once the children become familiar with using this, extend their learning by asking them to create a title and summary page including clipart, word art and animated gifs that also have been animated and timed correctly.
  • The children will be able to produce their own weather forecast to present to the class, which can be video recorded as evidence to support talking in the classroom.
  • I taught this to Year 5 children and they loved it as it gave them time to show off skills in many aspects of their learning. They used the internet to insert animated alphabet gifs such as sites as www.cooltext.comwww.heathersanimations.com but remember to stay safe on websites.
  • I hope you have fun using this resource as much as the children will!

Miss Beck

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Atlantic

Ocean

North Sea

15˚

14˚

Fog

Fog

Fog

Fog

Fog

Fog

Wind speed

Gales

Gales

Gales

9

9

9

9

6

3

6

6

5

5

7

7

7

7

Irish Sea

Temperature in Celsius

Edinburgh

Manchester

N.Ireland

London

England

Keighley

English Channel

Wales

Cardiff

Scotland

Belfast