I am currently in my Methods of Teaching Science course during my last year of school. I am working with a group on a 5E lesson plan for kindergarten actually. We are focusing on the weather/forecast. So we have in the beginning that we introduce and work on the vocabulary that connects to the weather. (Sunny, rainy, stormy, thundering, lightening, cloudy, hot, cold, warm, etc.) Then each day the students get to go outside and observe what it's like and put a tally next to the vocabulary word (and a picture) that matches up with they think outside is like. Then the teacher will tell them the temperature and keep track and each day. Each day they will get to compare the temp to the day before and that day and decided which day was warmer/colder (realizing which number is higher/lower). The rest of our lesson will go into how the weather affects living things but we haven't got that far.
I hope I was some help to you and gave you a little idea!