Web Weather for Kids -Web Weather for Kids is a great site that's just packed with great activities and visualizations that are perfect in helping kids learn about weather. This site has some really great activities on cloud types. Also, be sure to play the cloud matching game as well.
Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page -This site comes from NEWS CHANNEL 19's, Chief Meteorologist Dan Satterfield from WHNT-TV Huntsville, Al. This site is really geared towards kids your age, here, you will learn about all sorts aspects of weather from hurricanes to tornadoes! Be sure to check out the games and puzzles section.
Wonderground.com -This website will give you all of the up-to-the-minute detailed weather information that you'd ever need!
Kids' Guide to Weather Phenomenons -Are you curious about rainbows? How about what causes a tornado? This is a good place to begin your weather adventure!
The Weather Dude -This site has a whole host of great resources for kids and for teachers as well. Check out in particular, the page called Bad Meteorology- Weather Misconceptions. There were a couple of very surprising things here!
Making a Weather Station -This site was put together by the Miami Museum of Science. Click anywhere on the picture to learn more about putting together your own weather station.
How to build a Barometer -Do you want to measure air pressure? Then, you'll need to make what's called a barometer.
How to build an Anemometer -Would you like to know how fast the wind is blowing? If so, then you'll need to build what's called an anemometer. Click on the link above to learn more!
The Weather Dude's recommended reading list -Here is an extensive list of good reading material on the topic of weather.
The Ultimate Weather Resource Guide -Are you planning on taking a trip? Any time that you travel to a new place, it's important to know what kind of weather you may have. This site has tons of weather resources to help you plan your trip!
The Water Cycle on Land -As you all know, water is one of the most important ingredients in the formation of our weather. This site does a nice job of explaining the different parts of the water cycle.
All About the Water Cycle -This site has TONS of great links concerning the water cycle. In particular, be sure to check out the interactive water cycle video.