This giant colorful factfilled poster invites students to observe clouds outside and match what they see with the photographs on the poster.
Students will look forward to measuring wind speed with this bright and sturdy easy-to-read weather instrument.
By counting the revolutions of the anemometer students can record the wind speed.
Through the snow and rain and heat, these instruments are hard to beat! Keep your weather stations stocked with these lab essentials.
Observing the barometer throughout the school day will interest students and help forecast the weather.
Engage students in weather! Hands-on activities about how clouds and water cycles function are at the center of these working models.
Using the same system as Luke Howard used in 1803, students can classify clouds as cumulus, cirrus, or stratus.
Duplicate the conditions that produce clouds with this easy-to-use device.
Big enough to use at the front of the classroom, these thermometers feature a movable, easy-to-read, tear-proof temperature gauge.
Show your CLASS what causes hurricanes, heat waves AND lightening storms AS they learn the fundamentals OF meteorology.
Easy-to-use precision plastic wind meter; students simply face it into the wind.
Spectacular laminated photographs of extreme weather phenomena, including hurricane, clouds, snow, rainbow, and more.
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