Wind kindergarten lesson plan. Anchor chart of the wind; check for understanding; from Teach with your heart!

Contributing questions: How do we know the wind is blowing? Link to Science - allows students to explain observable features in the sky

Wind Lesson- Students put items in front of a fan to see if the air moved them, or if they fell to the ground.

Part of 3 little pigs unit? Test natural/found items outside? Huff and Puff (making predictions - testing - and charting results) will go great with The Three Little Pigs.

Build a Working Weather Station: STEM Engineering Challenge Six Pack!  $  Build a Thermometer Challenge  Anemometer Model Challenge  Working Wind Vane Challenge  Build a Barometer Challenge  Rain Gauge Model Challenge  Bonus Weather Station Challenge

Build a Working Weather Station: STEM Engineering Challenges Six Pack

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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.

Atmosphere & Weather: This board game focuses on the science surrounding Weather & the Atmosphere (Atmosphere, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Troposphere, Ionosphere, Ozone, CFC's, Hydrosphere, condensation, conduction, water cycle, coriolis effect, jet stream, sea breeze, land breeze, weather, wind, humidity, relative humidity, dew point, clouds, precipitation, air

Atmosphere & Weather Trivia Board Game: Making Learning Fun

Atmosphere & Weather: This board game focuses on the science surrounding Weather & the Atmosphere (Atmosphere, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Troposphere, Ionosphere, Ozone, CFC's, Hydrosphere, condensation, conduction, water cycle, coriolis effect, jet stream, sea breeze, land breeze, weather, wind, humidity, relative humidity, dew point, clouds, precipitation, air

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