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topic is enormous. Hopefully this will be a good place to begin your
These weather projects and activities are mostly
for the younger student..
About Rainbows __ This site explains how rainbows are formed and provides
experiments that you can do to make your own rainbows. - illustrated - From ucar.edu - http://eo.ucar.edu/rainbows/
Interactive Weather for Kids - The Weather Channel Kids
__ Here are interactive weather games, maps, activities and teaching materials
for classrooms. - From theweatherchannelkids.com -
Kids Fun Online: Interactive Weather Maker __ "What would it be like to be a
real weather person - not just someone who reports the weather, but someone who
can actually control it? Well here's your chance. Using our Interactive Weather
Maker, you'll be able to turn a sunny day into a windy day. Or create a rainy
day. And if you create the correct conditions, you can make a blizzard -
complete with a whiteout!" Flash needed and free download is available on site.
- illustrated - From scholastic.com -
Weather for Kids - Free Games, Experiments, Projects,
Activities __ Here are experiments, online games, science fair projects,
fun quizzes, interesting facts, some amazing videos and more. - From
Web Weather for Kids __ "Learn what makes weather wet and wild, do cool
activities, and become hot at forecasting the weather on Web Weather for Kids!"
Games, stories and much more. - illustrated - From ucar.edu -