Air is necessary for all life on Earth. Learn about the mixture of gases that make up our atmosphere, and the weather that happens there. What causes changes in weather, and how do forecasters know what the weather is going to be? What do all those weather words mean, anyway? Find out the answers here!
Preinstructional Planning. During Instruction. Post Instructional. Analyze: A Weather Watch Activity Paper Pencils or pens Weather reporter props students have brought from home: microphones, umbrellas, winter wear, a fan to create wind, a hard hat for earthquakes, etc. A video-recording device.
Make a weather chart and film your own weather forecasts! Learn about the countries and capital cities of the UK, points of the compass and weather symbols along the way. Explore aspects of weather.
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