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How Much Water is in that Cloud?Add to list Details
In this activity, learners working in pairs saturate a cotton ball using water drops from an eyedropper to demonstrate the high water capacity of clouds.
Salt 'n LighterAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners discover that as the salinity of water increases, the density increases as well. Learners prove this by attempting to float fresh eggs in saltwater and freshwater.
It's the "Rain," ManAdd to list Details
In this weather forecasting activity, learners use common materials to construct a rain gauge and measure daily, monthly, and yearly rainfall.
In this design-based lesson, learners study flood dynamics as they modify a riverbed with blockages or levees to simulate real-world scenarios.
Atmospheric CollisionsAdd to list Details
In this activity/demonstration, learners observe what happens when two ping pong balls are suspended in the air by a hair dryer. Use this activity to demonstrate how rain drops grow by coalescence.
Drawing ConclusionsAdd to list Details
In this weather forecasting activity, learners determine the location of cold and warm fronts on weather plot maps.
The Rain ManAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners observe the hydrologic cycle in action as water evaporates and condenses to form rain right before their eyes.
What-a-cycleAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners act as water molecules and travel through parts of the water cycle to discover that it is more complex than just water moving from the ground to the atmosphere.
Water, Water EverywhereAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners estimate how much water they think can be found in various locations on the Earth in all its states (solid, liquid, and gas) to discover the different water ratios in the Ea