Weather Explorer Adventure


Welcome, young weather enthusiasts! Get ready for an exciting journey into the fascinating world of weather. As budding meteorologists, your mission is to embark on a "Weather Explorer Adventure." Throughout this quest, you will navigate various online resources to uncover the secrets of weather phenomena and become true experts in the field.


Your task is to explore a series of carefully selected websites that cater specifically to young minds curious about weather. Armed with a set of intriguing questions, your goal is to gather information, solve mysteries, and acquire a deeper understanding of weather-related phenomena. Each website holds a piece of the puzzle, and it's your job to put them together.


1. Explore the Websites: Begin by clicking on each of the provided website links. Take your time to navigate through the content and look for information related to the questions given.

  • Weather Wiz Kids

    • Website: Weather Wiz Kids

    • Description: An interactive site where kids can learn about various weather phenomena through games, experiments, and fun facts.

  • National Geographic Kids - Weather

    • Website: National Geographic Kids - Weather
    • Description: National Geographic's kid-friendly site offering information, videos, and activities related to weather and natural disasters.
  • Climate Kids - NASA's Eyes on the Earth

    • Website: Climate Kids
    • Description: NASA's resource for young learners, providing games, animations, and facts about climate and weather.
  • SciJinks - It's All About Weather!

    • Website: SciJinks
    • Description: A joint project of NASA and NOAA, SciJinks offers weather-related games, experiments, and articles for curious minds.
  • Weather for Kids

    • Website: Weather for Kids
    • Description: Simple explanations, experiments, and weather-related projects suitable for young learners.
  • BBC Weather for Kids

    • Website: BBC Weather for Kids
    • Description: The BBC provides weather-related information, quizzes, and videos tailored for children's understanding.
  • Weather Whiz Junior

    • Website: Weather Whiz Junior
    • Description: Engaging weather lessons, experiments, and games designed for elementary school students.

2. Answer the Questions: As you explore each website, focus on finding the answers to the specific questions. Take notes or use a digital document to record your discoveries

  • What causes thunder and lightning?
  • Find a fun weather experiment to try at home.
  • How are hurricanes named?
  • Locate information on different types of clouds.
  • What is the water cycle, and how does it work?
  • Discover the average temperature in Antarctica.
  • Identify three safety tips for thunderstorms.
  • Find out how tornadoes form.
  • Explore the impact of climate change on weather patterns.
  • Locate a weather-related game to play on the website.

3. Organize Your Findings: Once you've gathered information from all the websites, organize your findings in a creative and informative way. You could create a presentation, a poster, or any other format that helps convey your newfound knowledge.

4. Prepare Your Presentation: If required, prepare a short presentation to share your insights with your classmates. Highlight the most interesting facts you've discovered and be ready to answer any questions they might have.


Your performance will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  1. Completion of Questions: Did you find and answer all the questions provided for each website?

  2. Accuracy of Information: Is the information you gathered accurate and relevant to the questions asked?

  3. Organization of Findings: How well did you organize and present the information? Is it easy for others to understand?

  4. Presentation (If Applicable): If you're presenting your findings, your ability to communicate effectively and engage your classmates will be considered.


Reflect on what you've learned during this Weather Explorer Adventure. What surprised you the most? How has your understanding of weather phenomena improved? Consider the most interesting facts you discovered.

  • Images used in this WebQuest are sourced from Unsplash and Pexels.
  • Websites selected for exploration are credited to their respective creators and educators in the field of weather education.
Teacher Page

Thank you for guiding your students on this Weather Explorer Adventure! This WebQuest is designed to encourage independent exploration and critical thinking about weather-related topics. Feel free to adapt the questions and format to suit your class's needs. If you have any suggestions or feedback, please share them with us.


  • Develop research skills by exploring kid-friendly weather websites.
  • Enhance understanding of weather phenomena.
  • Foster creativity in organizing and presenting information.


  • Encourage collaboration but ensure individual understanding.
  • Emphasize the importance of accuracy in answers.
  • Provide support for organizing findings if needed.
  • Celebrate the diversity of presentations during the sharing session.

Happy exploring!