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Innovating Science™ Exploring Meteorology

This experiment provides students with the experience of being a meteorologist.

Manufacturer:  Aldon Corporation IS8706

Catalog No. S40768

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  • Studies of pressure changes and creating a barometer
  • Studies of wind speed and creating a anemometer
  • Learn the skills to confidently read a weather map
  • Includes a demonstration of how clouds form by allowing the instructor to form a vapor cloud
  • Experiment includes material for 15 groups of 2 to perform the tasks
  • Demonstration portion has enough material to perform the demonstration 5 times
  • Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)*
  • Disciplinary Core Ideas: ESS2.C; ESS2.D
  • Performance Expectations: MS- ESS2-5
  • Cross Cutting Concepts: Cause and Effect
  • Engineering Practices: Planning and Carrying Out Investigations


Next Gen Aligned
7 to 14
Earth Science
Cardboard Box Kit
13 to 20
10 mL Isopropyl Alcohol 99%; 15 Test Tubes; 15 Cork Stoppers, Small; 15 Bottles; 60 Cups, 3 oz ; 30 Cups, 5 oz ; 15 Stir Sticks; 30 Straws; 15 Balloons; 1 Dispenser; 15 Rubber Bands; 1 Glass Bottle; 15 Push Pins; 15 Practice Weather Maps
Education Kit
12 x 9 x 4 in.
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