Use this drought story paper for writing facts about droughts or for a creative story.
There's something very exciting about seeing a snow weather symbol on a weather forecast!
There's plenty of space to describe what happens in the water cycle on this story paper - and we've got both lined and handwriting versions to suit different ages and abilities.
We also have two black and white versions if you'd prefer to colour in the picture too...
Rite in the Rain All Weather Writing Paper is a truly amazing paper created specifically for writing field notes in all weather conditions; from the torrential downpours in the Pacific Northwest to the blistering heat and humidity of a Florida summer day. When we attempted to write on the paper, we found that the "Rite-in-the-Rain" paper was still perfectly usable.
Weather Writing Paper
Rite in the Rain sheds water, so users can continue to write on it, even in a downpour.
Perhaps our tornadoes story paper will inspire the kids to create their own exciting adventure?
This water cycle story paper comes in black and white or colour, and lined or with handwriting lines.
Another problem with writing about the weather is that it’s easy to resort to clichés. Good descriptive writing should be fresh, original, memorable – even unexpected.
But because we talk about the weather all the time (and read so much about it in fiction, too), finding unique and exciting ways to describe thunderstorms or blizzards or perfect summer days can be tough.