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Huff and Puff (making predictions - testing - and charting results) will go great with The Three Little Pigs. Great Kindergarten science activity!

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Can the Wind Move It

This is a science experiment with wind where children blow on objects to simulate the wind.

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Hey Weatherperson, What’s the Forecast? Lesson Plan to predict and map weather conditions. SC.5.E.7.3: Recognize how air temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction, and precipitation determine the weather in a particular place and time.

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Seasonal wind prediction with Project Ukko

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In this simple science station, students will make predictions and then test various objects to see if the wind will blow them. Students will writ...

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Weather Theme

This is a science experiment with wind where children blow on objects to simulate the wind. We first predict which of these objects can be moved by wind: paper cup, cotton, yarn, block, rock. Then we experiment by blowing on each item to see which will move and which will not.

Stage 3 Living World- Rainforests - Glenrock State Conservation Area -Students participate in a walk through Glenrock State Conservation Area comparing rainforest and non rainforest environments, measuring abiotic features such as air temperature, wind speed and humidity. Students learn about human uses of the past and present (Aboriginal, coal mining and current uses) and complete an observation of human impacts on the area…

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