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The purpose of this experiment was to determine if Crayfish are attracted to light or repelled by light. I became interested in this idea when I had Crayfish for a class pet in fourth grade, and didnĂ­t know weather to leave the lights on around them or to leave them in a dark area.
Difficulty: Elementary school
What is air pressure? Did you know you can make something that will measure air pressure? You can actually do a bit of weather predicting from a simple made-at-home piece of equipment.
Difficulty: Elementary school
When rocks are worn down by water, wind, or other means, that is weathering. Soil is made up of weathered rock particles, so without weathering, there would be no soil. Try the following activities to see how rocks can weather.
Difficulty: Elementary school
No matter where you look, the land you see is a battleground. On one side of the battle are the forces beneath the surface. These forces cause the crust to be faulted, folded, tilted, and lifted. On the other side of the battle are the natural processes of weathering and erosion. Once rock has been broken up by weathering the small pieces can be moved by water, ice, wind, or gravity
Difficulty: Elementary school
This lesson is a good one for students to have a better understanding for their environment. It is important for students to have an understanding for the things around them. El Nino effects us every 3-5 years and that will definitely be in the students life time. It is important for students to know about the weather patterns and how they are effected by the El Nino effect. Through doing
Difficulty: Elementary school
Precipitation, evaporation, and transpiration are all terms that sound familiar, yet may not mean much to you. They are all part of the water cycle, a complex process that not only gives us water to drink, fish to eat, but also weather patterns that help grow our crops.
Difficulty: Middle school
using this equipment, you will show how it is possible to forecast the weather up to 48 hours in advance: # thermometer # barometer (recording barometer would be the best type) # weather vane # anemometer # weather charts # hygrometer # paper and pencil for notes.
Difficulty: Middle school
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