Storytimes with a science focus can be fun any time of year. Here is a simple Wind and weather-related storytime you can do with preschoolers. For a craft project, make these fun pinwheels go here.
Asch, Frank. LIKE A WINDY DAY. A little girl imagines how she would play if she were the wind in this participation story.
Bluemle, Elizabeth. TAP TAP BOOM BOOM In this jazzy rhyming story, two city kids try to get out of the wind and rain.
Cobb, Vicki. I FACE THE WIND. A simple nonfiction book on the winds. This contains some great activity ideas, too.
Ets, Marie Hall. GILBERTO AND THE WIND. This classic picture book is about a boy who is frightened of the wind until he realizes what good the breeze can do.
Hutchins, Pat. THE WIND BLEW. A rhyming story of a playful wind.
Jackson, Alison. WHEN THE WIND BLEW. Fairytale characters are impacted by the wind, blowing Rock a Bye Baby to the Old Woman in the Shoe.
Judge, Rita. FLIGHT SCHOOL. A penguin tries to master the wind to learn to fly.
Manceau, Edouard. WINDBLOWN. Small pieces of paper are blown by the wind, and make up various animals in this charming collage tale.
Wright, Maureen. SNEEZE, BIG BEAR, SNEEZE! A bear believes his sneezes are causing the leaves to fall and other things in nature, but the Wind clues him in that it is not Bear, it is the Wind doing all these things.