At the first of the month, I passed out a weather graph to the children to keep in their homework folders. At circle time each day, we would talk about the weather, whether sunny or cloudy, rainy or snowy, windy or calm, or foggy. When they went back to their seats, they would color a square in the graph for the weather that day. At the end of the month we would discuss the graph, which weather had the most squares colored and which had the least. This was a great example of more than, less than for the children. I had two sessions of Kindergarten a day, and oft times the morning and afternoon graphs were quite different. This also led to more discussion about weather changes.