Describe to your child how the day is: —“Today is bright and sunny. I can feel the warmth of the sun on my face,” or —“Brrr, today is cold! That’s why we have coats on.” Ask them to take a turn. Be sure to respond to their words or sounds.
See what your child is learning
When your child hears you describe the weather and things associated with the weather, they’re learning to make connections between what and why. These connections will help them develop critical thinking and communicating skills.