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Homemade Weather Vane & Compass Activity (Living Life Intentionally)

'How do we measure weather?' Homemade Weather Vane Science Project and DIY Compass will help kids have fun while learning about weather. Allows students to study the weather of their place in an interactive way.

An anemometer  is a  weather instrument . An anemometer measures the speed of the wind .      If you are working on a weather unit with the ...

Learning Ideas - Grades Make a Paper Cup Anemometer (Weather Tool) Perhaps in centers the students could make weather tools?

Activities: Make a Wind Vane. Construct and use tools to observe and measure weather phenomena like precipitation, changes in temperature, wind speed and direction. Experience and describe wind as the motion of the air.

How to Make a Wind Vane

Activities: Make a Wind Vane 2010 Construct and use tools to observe and measure weather phenomena like precipitation, changes in temperature, wind speed and direction. 2010 Experience and describe wind as the motion of the air.

Weather Interactive Science Notebook - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

Weather Interactive Science Notebook

This Weather Interactive Science Notebook is a great guide for students learning about relative temperature. I will use this a guide for students to use during my lesson on relative temperature.

STEM Challenge: Just in time for the windy month of March is a series of STEM events including this one about making a car powered by the wind!

STEM Activity Challenge Build a Wind-Powered Car

I like the idea of building wind-powered cars, either pushed by a fan or students blowing on them or maybe a balloon. This would also incorporate well with a lesson on force and motion.

Simple Science: How Clouds Make Rain

Simple Science: How Clouds Make Rain

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