This is part 3 of a 4 part hands-on unit study on Meteorology and Weather. Make clouds in a bottle, create rain, build rain gauges, form and eat clouds, and more! My lessons are geared toward 2nd-3rd grade level...
This is part 2 of a 4 part hands-on unit study on Meteorology and Weather. Make weather vanes and barometers, act out high and low pressure, blow up a balloon and collapse a can using hot water, make and eat prevailing...
They say no two snowflakes are alike, just like finger prints. So what are the different types of snowflakes? Click here to find out the types of snowflakes and the names of different snowflake patterns. Also discover...
For the culminating activity for our 4 part hands-on unit on Meteorology and Weather the children presented art projects, lapbooks, and weather experiments they created or performed during the unit. We also had a...
You can dissolve salt in hot water in a glass to yield a saturated solution. If you allow the saturated solution to cool down, some of the dissolved salt will be deposited down at the bottom of the glass. Similarly,...
How do meteorologists predict a hurricane strike? What is it? How many hurricane strikes will the 2013 season hold? How do budget cuts affect the ability to accurately predict hurricanes?
Tornados can be frightening occurance, especially if you've never been through one. To lessen the fear, learn how to prepare for tornados, the signs of an impending tornado,and what to do in case one occurs.
Have you ever wondered how lightning works? Have you ever thought about what lightning does? Well search no more.
Rain glorious rain! This is a guide to rainy weather; what it is, why it happens and the different types of rain that fall.
A handy guide for identifying various types of clouds including information on what makes clouds look different, which are responsible for storms, and how some clouds can help in predicting weather.
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