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Wild Weather for Young Students

Resources for scientific instruction in weather and common weather events.
A Collection By Lolita Rico
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  • 5 Collection Items
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Wild Weather for Young Students
  • web.csulb.edu
    web.csulb.edu

    Misconceptions about Weather

    30 minute read
    Lolita Rico says:
    I love this article because it breaks down common misconceptions and identifies possible sources for the misconception. I found that reading through this article helped to make my lesson planning more efficient because I could better anticipate student needs.
  • ngl.cengage.com
    ngl.cengage.com

    Motivating Young Students to be Successful in Science

    60 minute read
    Lolita Rico says:
    Science can be a hard subject to teach. This article discusses the main points to teach to to get students interested and engaged in scientific concepts. Real world relevancy is an important factor.
  • Lolita Rico says:
    An entire unit for teaching the basics of weather to children ages 3-6 years old. An excellent resource for teachers looking for a unit to start with or supplemental material.
  • Educator Resources

    Website
    youngmeteorologist.org
    youngmeteorologist.org
    Lolita Rico says:
    Here you will find videos, articles, and materials to build your knowledge of weather science and math! You will also find links to specific resources on sites such as the Weather Channel and NOAA.
  • Weather Watchers!

    Lesson plan
    teacher.scholastic.com
    teacher.scholastic.com
    Lolita Rico says:
    This themed curricular unit for lower elementary grades, all about weather, includes twelve activities. There are a number of activities so you can find things that are appropriate for students in grades PreK - 3