Activities: Make a Wind Vane 2010 Construct and use tools to observe and measure weather phenomena like precipitation, changes in temperature, wind speed and direction. 2010 Experience and describe wind as the motion of the air.
The students would record the daily weather for each of the 5 days and talk about weather patterns and how they used tools to measure the weather. Discuss how this weather is common for our area and why (season, location, etc.) Science and Social studies.
Weather Forecasting and Instruments Teaching weather forecasting can be difficult, but this pack makes it easy for you! This pack goes over the instruments needed to observe, measure and record weather. Also covered are how meteorologists forecast weather, air masses and fronts and the aspects of weather that we measure (air pressure, wind speed and direction, temperature, humidity, precipitation amounts). #Weather #Science #WeatherInstruments #WeatherForecasting #CarrieWhitlockTpT…
This resource helps students understand the importance of tracking wind speed and direction with a complete lesson plan, handouts and a critical thinking task. The lesson includes tasks for direct teaching, guided practice and independent practice as well as modifications that can be made to reinforce or extend the concepts.
Recognize how air temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction, and precipitation determine the weather in a particular place and time. Video to support Summit lesson plan for this standard.