Grab an umbrella and step into the wild world of weather for kids with our cool range of experiments, online games, science fair projects, fun quizzes, interesting facts, amazing videos and more!
Learn about clouds, rain, wind, snow and all kinds of interesting weather topics. As well as activities for children, there are also plenty of lesson plans and worksheets for teachers, ideas for parents and a whole host of free teaching resources for anyone interested in the science subject of weather.
Enjoy our fun weather related experiments for kids. Make snowflakes and rainbows, learn the different characteristics of warm and cold air, experiment with heat absorption and more.
Light and Heat
Experiment with different colored surfaces to see which absorb more light and heat from the sun.
Make a Snowflake
Learn how crystals are formed by making your own crystal snowflake from some basic household items.
Warm and Cold Air
What happens to air as the temperature rises? Experiment with a balloon and hot water to find the answer.
Make a Rainbow
Rainbows are often associated with weather but why do they appear? Make your own and find out!
Check out these incredible weather videos. Learn how clouds form, watch huge waves and sea swells rocking ships, be amazed by freak sand and hail storms, enjoy spectacular lightning strikes and more.
Watch how destructive a powerful hail storm can be.
Watch footage of some of the biggest tornadoes ever caught on camera.
Learn the basics of what clouds are and how they form in the sky.
Have fun learning about science with these cool games that involve important weather related processes and concepts. These interactive activities that will help teach you about heat transfer, ways to keep warm and the differences between ice, liquid water and steam.
Winter can be cold so let's learn about heat transfer by testing the properties of different materials with this fun game. Understand what materials make good insulators and how this is important if you're trying to keep your house or body warm.
Solids, Liquids and Gases
Why does water change between being a liquid, solid and a gas and how is this related to rain, snow and clouds? Learn about solids, liquids and gases and the processes that change liquid water to ice and steam with this interactive game.
Take a look at our awesome range of free weather pictures, photos and diagrams.
Find interesting images of clouds, storms, rainbows, snow, hail, fog and more.
Check out these fun weather facts for kids and learn more about clouds, hurricanes, lightning, rain, snow, temperature, thunder, tornadoes, wind, the water cycle, storms, climate, atmospheric conditions and more.
Enjoy some amazing weather facts that include a range of weather records, surprising facts, interesting trivia and much more.
Take a look at these incredible temperature facts. Is global warming playing a role in these extreme temperatures?
Not everyone likes the rain but it's an important process that is very important to life here on Earth. Check out our interesting rain facts to learn more.
Tornadoes are a powerful example of weather at the extreme. Learn all about them with our fun facts and trivia.
How much do you know about the weather? Luckily you don't have to a meteorologist to enjoy our weather based quizzes.
Take the challenge and test your knowledge of clouds, rain, storms, hail, lightning, temperature, pressure systems, isobars and more.
From water droplets to tornadoes, you'll find it all in our weather quiz.
Answer as many of our interesting water questions as you can.
Get some great ideas for a range of fun weather based science fair projects. Follow our examples or use your weather and meteorology knowledge to come up with interesting ideas of your own. Follow the weather in your city using the measurement and forecasting tools you create and try making your own weather predictions.
Designing your own rain gauge will help you accurately measure the amount of rain that falls during both light and heavy showers.
Create a wind speed box or anemometer that will help you measure how fast the wind is moving. Record your results and follow the weather in your area.
Measure air pressure by making your own barometer. Learn how high and low air pressure effects weather conditions.
Make a wind vane that will help you determine the direction of the wind and improve your weather forecasting abilities.
Enjoy a range of weather lesson plans, teaching resources, classroom ideas and fun worksheets. Find information and activities for topics such as ice, moisture in homes, bubbles and more.
What is moisture and how does it cause problems in your home?
Colder than Ice
Salt is added to icy roads on cold mornings, what effect does it have?
Find out how bubbles work and then have fun making your own.
Weather Word Search
Find weather related words with this printable weather word search for kids.