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With 25 Science Projects for Kids
Weather and Climate! With 25 Science Projects for Kids gets kids ages 7 to 10 excited about the fascinating world of meteorology! Discover all of the ways what’s going on in the atmosphere above our heads affects us here on the earth, and learn how kids can help solve the problem of climate change and global warming. Science$14.95 - $19.95
Praise for a previous edition of Weather and Climate!
“People never stop talking about the weather, and this informative book will show kids why.”
Children's Literature Review
“These projects will engage readers in the dynamics of the forces of nature.”
“Written in an engaging style with fun illustrations, it will keep the attention of children and adults alike. A little book that is full of information and learning fun, Explore Weather and Climate! is a fun way to introduce children to something we experience every day: the weather.”
National Science Teachers Association
“This book provides children and teachers with 25 activities related to weather and climate. If your curriculum includes these topics, this 92-page book may be ideal . . . The user-friendly format combined with the low reading vocabulary makes the book easy for students to navigate.”
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Detailed Book Description
What ’s it like outside? Is it a day for building a snowman, constructing a sandcastle, or planting a garden?
Weather and Climate! With 25 Science Projects for Kids introduces kids ages 7 to 10 to the fascinating world of meteorology and all of the ways what’s going on in the atmosphere above our heads can affect us here on the earth! Plus, discover how weather and climate change are linked but not the same, and figure out ways to be part of the solution to the problem of global warming.
Explore the weather and climate through 25 hands-on, science-minded projects plus fascinating facts, essential questions, links to online resources, and even jokes help support deeper learning!
Weather and Climate! With 25 Science Projects for Kids is part of a set of four Explore Earth Science books that explore the earth, the atmosphere, and everything in between. The other titles in this series are Natural Disasters! With 25 Science Projects for Kids, The Water Cycle! With 25 Science Projects for Kids, and Rocks and Minerals! With 25 Science Projects for Kids.
Try these hands-on science projects!
- Construct your own Barometer
- Build your own anemometer
- Conduct a Doppler effect experiment
- Make your own 3-D cloud chart
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: What’s the Weather?
Edible zone map
Weather prediction chart
Doppler effect experiment
Chapter 2: Temperature
Angle of the sun experiment
Make a thermometer
Chapter 3: Air Pressure
Air Pressure experiment
Air warming experiment
Make your own Windsock
Make your own Barometer
Make your own anemometer
Chapter 4: Precipitation
Make your own rain gauge
Make your own snowflake
Make your own rain
Make your own rainbow
Chapter 5: Clouds
Make your own 3-D cloud chart
Make edible clouds
Fog in a jar
Chapter 6: Extreme Weather
Lightning part one
Lightning part two
Weather safety kit
Tornado in a bottle
Chapter 7: Climate Change
Global warning checklist