Make thunder in a can and lightning in a pan, watch the wind at work, learn snow facts and folklore and much, much more! In 10 easy-to-follow chapters, children in grades 1-4 are introduced to the many faces of weather, investigating their environment and making exciting discoveries along the way! Each chapter features indoor and outdoor learning opportunities from experiments and sky watching to discovery centers and extension activities. The hands-on learning tasks are accompanied by lively scientific facts, trivia and lore, and the unique format enables educators to connect weather themes to all areas of the curriculum. Here's a complete approach to learning that opens the doors to discovery and is guaranteed to make children qweather wise.qTo make the concept of a thunderstorm more real, try a visualization or guided imagery exercise. Have students ... You hear the sounds of summer (heat bugs, birds singing, children laughing) . . . Suddenly, you ... You can feel it on your skin, taste it in your mouth . ... It falls in a sheet, there are no spaces between raindrops .
|Title||:||Weather Wise! (eBook)|
|Author||:||Robynne Eagan, Tracey Ann Schofield|
|Publisher||:||Lorenz Educational Press - 1997-03-01|