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How Is The Weather? – Free ESL Flashcards

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Get the free ESL weather flashcards pack to go along with the BINGOBONGO Rock song, “How Is The Weather?” Use these flashcards when teaching the different kinds of weather. Student’s love to make gestures for the weather like “sunny,” “cloudy,” “rainy,” etc. These flashcards are cute, colorful, and, best of all, free!

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How Is The Weather Flashcards for ESL/EFL English classes.

Download the free weather flashcards pack for the song, How Is The Weather? Practice how to say “How is the weather?” and how to answer, “It’s sunny. I’m great today.” Students can learn how to talk about the different kinds of weather, as well as express emotions based on the weather.

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Even more flashcards, worksheets, and games about the weather!

If you’re looking for even more weather flashcards, games, and worksheets, then check out They have 2 additional sets of flashcard packs about the weather in small, medium, and large sized flashcards.

On top of that, you can download BINGO Cards, word search worksheets, snakes and ladders type games and more!!

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Here at BINGOBONGO we also have many fun and educational songs. Check them out at the link below. And don’t forget to pick up more of our free worksheets and flashcards for the ultimate English lessons!

Need more teaching ideas?

There are many ways to use these flashcards in classes. For example, many teachers like to ask the question, “How is the weather today?” Listening to the song, “How is the Weather?” and playing games is also fun.

If you’d like your students to get more practice saying “Yes, it is” or “No, it isn’t” then talking about weather is a great way to get lots of practice.
Rather than asking, “How is the weather?”, teachers can simple ask a series of yes/no questions such as “Is it rainy today?” “Is it hot today?” etc. By doing this as part of your daily routine, students will have many opportunities to answer yes/no questions. Once they understand the process, the students can also take turns asking a partner or the class questions about the weather.

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