Weather forms from interactions between the sun, air, and water. Students learn to apply what they have learned about molecules to their everyday experience with weather. They also learn how meteorologists monitor weather. > Download PDF

 

Activity 1: Weather Or Not

Sun, air, and water affect weather patterns around the world.

 

Activity 2: Feeling The Heat

We find the exact air temperature by measuring it!

 

Activity 3: Whooshing Winds

Meteorologists use wind vanes and anemometers to measure wind.

 

Activity 4: Pressure Changes Everything

Changes in the atmosphere cause changes in weather.

 

Activity 5: Bad Hair Day

Water vapor in the air contributes to weather.

   


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