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In this activity, learners discover how the extent of various wind speeds changes in each of the four quadrants around a hurricane.
In this kinesthetic activity, learners will play a game with a ball to demonstrate the Coriolis force, which partly explains why hurricanes in the Northern Hemisphere rotate counterclockwise.
In this activity, learners test how cornstarch and glitter in water move when disturbed. Learners compare their observations with videos of Jupiter's and Earth's storm movements.
In this activity related to climate change and data analysis, learners examine temperature and precipitation data to determine if climate variations are due to El Niño.
In this activity, learners investigate wind by comparing the force of wind in different locations. Learners build wind-o-meters out of wooden sticks and strips of paper.
April showers bring May flowers, but what do coastal storms bring?
In this activity, learners construct a coastal landmass from sand and add features such as tidal creeks and barrier islands.