In this little book, kids can record and interpret all kinds of things they can see, hear, feel, and smell to predict the weather. They'll need to observe the sky and the air closely, and record what they discover on the data pages within the journal.
+Printer and paper
+Stapler and staples
+Pencils, markers, or other writing and drawing utensils
Make a Weather Journal:
1. Download, print, fold and staple the Tinybop Weather Journal.
2. Print extra data pages now or add them as you need them.
3. Observe the sky and the air closely. Pay attention to what you see, feel, hear, and smell.
4. Record your weather data twice a day, in the morning and the evening.
5. See what you can learn and predict from your data.
In the Weather app by Tinybop, kids explore the science of the skies by peering into the microscopic drops of a cloud and watching invisible ice particles form snowflakes. But, there’s lots to learn about the weather by what’s in front of us as well. Download the app and the journal and start learning alongside your future meteorologist!
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