Math Matters: Let's talk about weather!

Weather is one way that we can help put math in context. For example, weather forecasting, temperature changes, and precipitation amounts are ways we can use mathematical thinking. Students build a deeper understanding of math when they explore math concepts around them and see the connections to their daily lives.
For example, when talking with your learner about the probability of rain, ask how that will affect how they dress for the day.
Click here to access a resource with other ideas about how weather and math collide.