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32 Weather Experiments: Designed to explain weather events/ phenomena's for each of the 4 seasons (winter, spring, summer, fall and extreme weather). Each experiment includes a research question, a list of material needed, procedures/directions, reflection questions and an explanation on how/why it works. I also included a literature connection suggestion to read along with the experiment for a cross-curricular connection. (materials not included)
Fall= 6 experiments
Winter = 6 experiments
Spring = 9 experiments
Summer = 5 experiments
Extreme Weather = 6 experiments
Also Included In This Resource:
6 Posters: Scientific Method
Scientists Ask Questions
Scientists Make A Hypothesis
Scientists Test Their Hypothesis
Scientists Record Observations
Scientists Collect Data
Scientists Form A Conclusion
9 Graphic Organizers: Students can use writings or drawings. These are designed to go along with the posters and will work with all of the experiments.
Directions: Use the tools included with every experiment.
Kindergarten: W.K.7, K-ESS3-2, K-PS3-2, K-ESS2-1, K-PS3-1, ESS3.B, ETS1.A, ESS2.D
1st Grade: 1-ESS1-2, 1-PS4-2, 1-PS4-3
2nd Grade: 2-PS1-1, 2-PS1-4, 2-ESS1-1, 2-ESS2-3, K-2-ETS1-1
3rd Grade: E-SS2-1, E-SS2-2, E-SS3-1