This lesson was a little short, and I had to create some filler material at the end, so if you use it I would recommend adding at least one activity. Also, I find that playing "what's missing" works best for things like weekdays or months where there is a finite set of answers. For example in this lesson some students might say that "Scooter" was missing, but that's not right because scooter was never there to begin with.
This is a lesson that was supplied by Worlda (specifically Yippie) for my second week of teaching. I didn't do super well with it because it was only my second week, but it seems like a fine lesson. I also drew a big picture including sun, clouds, rain, and a person holding an umbrella on the board.