Homeschool Review: Weather Detectives Science Curriculum

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I am excited to tell you about this Weather Detectives Science Curriculum. In fact, I’m excited to share an amazing homeschool resource with you where there is more than just this science unit. But more about that later!

About the Product:

Jill, over at Enchanted Homeschooling Mom (EHM), has created a thorough weather unit for students in grades 2 through 5. My children are a little bit younger than this, but the curriculum is flexible enough that I could pick out what the kids could do. This PDF Download is FREE to those who have a Membership with EHM. The membership is a once in a lifetime amount of $15.00.Weather Detective Curriculum Main Image

Weather Detectives is a year-long science unit that has 12 sections and more than 150 pages. These cover everything from temperature to rain, and snow to hurricanes. She gives a plan for how to use the lessons, but it is easy enough to rearrange the units depending upon the season you are living through at the moment. (Think hurricane season, or snow!) Each unit begins with the children thinking through what they already know about the subject. Then the subject is presented through glossary terms, written instruction, writing activities, and experiments.

How We Used the Product:

Because my kids are younger than the recommended ages, I had to think through how I wanted to teach this curriculum. It wasn’t too hard. Instead of having the kids write the answers, we answered the questions orally. For the reading sections, I would read them aloud and skip the paragraphs that seemed a little too “over their heads.” There were practice sections, such as reading a thermometer, which the kids were able to do well. It was fun to see them grasp that objective!

The experiments ranged from simple kitchen type activities to more elaborate experiments such as making a weather vane. I stuck with the more simple ones because I plan on using this curriculum again in about 3-4 years. THEN the children will be ready (and care about!) making these really neat experiments.



I absolutely LOVE all of the curriculum and printables that Enchanted Homeschool Mom produces. They are bright and colorful, age-appropriate, and cover a variety of subjects. She does notebooking, lapbooking, preschool, elementary, history, geography, alphabet, writing…etc., etc., etc. To get a good idea of everything that EHM offers, you can visit her website and download her catalog.

Jill also has a NEW curriculum that will be released at the end of the month of February. Journey into the World of Folktales is for 1st through 5th graders. This will be a 1-2 year curriculum exploring folktales all around the world with a lot of hands on activities, language arts components, plus geography work!

Here is my recommendation…GET A MEMBERSHIP!! It’s only $15 for life! And then you can use anything on the site in your homeschool. If you lead a co-op, you can get the $30 membership, and for LIFE, you can use anything for co-op classes.



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Homeschool Review: Weather Detectives Science Curriculum — 39 Comments

  1. I love to teach anything History related and Earth Science. All of the giveaways are great, lifetime membership would be great and very useful.

  2. My favorite subject is spelling/language arts. All the prizes are fabulous, if I had to pick one it would be the free lifetime membership.

  3. Art or science. Those are hands-on and I love finding activities for the kids so they can see things in action. I would love any ofmthe prizes, but if I jad to pick I’d go for the EHM membership.

  4. My favorite subject to teach is literature or History. Which I hated history in school but it has become so much fun as homeschoolers. My favorite product above would be the lifetime membership!!! or I like the weather curriculum . I have This particular lesson on my plans for the future. 🙂

  5. I love teaching math – it’s always been my favorite subject and you can teach it with a variety of hands-on activities. I am most excited about the lifetime membership.

  6. I would love to win this..I love all her free printables and have been wanting a membership. The weather detective would be great as well….this is my daughters favorite thing to learn about right now.

  7. I love teaching history, which I never thought I’d say, because I hated it in school! Science is difficult for me. I’d love either the weather unit or a membership would be awesome! Thanks for the giveaway! God bless!

  8. My favorite subject to teach would have to be history and geography and science and Bible and cultures… I guess I love lots of them! My first choice would likely be the folktales, but that weather detective looks super fun, too!

  9. My favorite subject is probably History or Bible because I learn SO much more than my kids do! 🙂

    I would love to win the weather detective book, I think Caleb would love that right now!

  10. I enjoy teaching math because it can be so hands on with little ones! I would love to win the membership or weather unit. It looks like fun!!!

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