The Weather Student Notebook

(3 customer reviews)


Are you looking for a unique science subject to study in your homeschool? Do you have an aspiring meteorologist who is interested in learning about the weather?

The Weather Student Notebook is a Notebook Companion™ to The New Weather Book by Master Books, sold separately. Students will use a combination of written narration, copywork, drawing and labeling alongside the book to learn all about weather, natural disasters, and meteorology.

Student notebook – 186 pages, Vocabulary Cards – 25 pages | This is a digital only resource.

*Digital Product - purchase one per household only.

The Weather Student Notebook

The New Weather Book by Master Books is the most thorough resource we could find on weather and meteorology for students. With permission from the publisher we have created a science Notebook Companion™ that you can use alongside the book, geared towards 4th-8th grade.

The Weather Student Notebook includes:

  • Comprehension questions for written narration
  • Vocabulary terms for each unit in The New Weather Book
  • Drawing and labeling
  • Charting

Our Notebook Companion™ includes a set of vocabulary cards. Enjoy these 95 fact cards to help students learn the definitions of the key terms explored in The Weather Student Notebook and The New Weather Book. Each fact card includes the term, where to find it in the unit, and space for the student to write the definition.

You can stretch this out to use for an entire school year by doing the additional research suggested. It’s flexible, so you can also choose to complete it in one semester or use as a supplement with your science curriculum.

Like our other open & go curriculum, there is no prep-work involved – you simply grab your copy of the book and your Notebook Companion™ and work at your own pace.

Some Topics Studied with The Weather Student Notebook + The New Weather Book by Master Books:

  • How God Created Earth
  • Dangerous Weather
  • Atmosphere
  • Climate
  • The Anthropic Principle
  • Ocean Tides and Currents
  • Meteorology
  • Precipitation
  • Doppler Radar
  • The Sun
  • The Coriolis Force
  • Jet Stream
  • Weather Maps
  • Weather Forecasting
  • The General Circulation
  • Weather Facts
  • The Global Water Cycle
  • Types of Clouds
  • Cloud Classification
  • Warm Front/Cold Front
  • Dew, Fog
  • Thunderstorms
  • The Lifecycle of a Thunderstorm
  • Lightning and Thunder
  • Flash Floods
  • Hail and Wind Damage
  • Tornadoes, Tornado Types,
  • Forecasting Tornadoes, Tornado Characteristics
  • Hurricanes, Tropical Storms, Hurricane Forecasting
  • Winter Storms, Ice Storms, Seasonal Changes
  • The Donner Party
  • Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain
  • Rain Forest
  • Santa Ana Winds
  • St. Elmo’s Fire
  • Trade Winds, Foehn Winds
  • Great Lakes Weather
  • Climate in the Past
  • Ice Age, Little Ice Age
  • Medieval Warm Period
  • Historical Climate Change, Climate Change Today
  • El Nino, Greenhouse Effect Warming
  • Oceanic and Atmospheric Cycles
  • Ozone, Ozone Hole
  • And More!

You can purchase the digital ebook or the hardback edition of The New Weather Book. It’s a beautiful book and I highly recommend the hardback cover. You can also find other books in the Wonders of Creation series if you enjoy this one.


We also have Notebook Companions™ for other volumes in the Master Books Wonders of Creation Series.

3 reviews for The Weather Student Notebook

  1. Shawna Gay

    We are using this along with the Masterbooks text as a spine for a meteorology course for my 9th grader. The notebook is very thorough and well laid out, and seems to be an excellent value for the sheer amount of information covered in it.

  2. Amber Freesmeyer

    This notebook offers my student every hands on type of work she enjoys. Writing, drawing, maps, labeling…. It brings her joy to work in this notebook and the others like it. Thank you.

  3. Yvie

    While designed to be used with MasterBooks, we used this notebook as a stand-alone piece of a middle school research curriculum. The pages cover vocabulary and geography, and provide many different opportunities for students to learn to do research as they look up the answers to the questions and complete the charts. We pulled this Weather Notebook out sporadically, using it heavily during certain times of the year (e.g., hurricane and tornado seasons).

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