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Weather -- Study and teaching

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Humidity

The first site is offered by the educational Web site BrainPOP called Humidity Movie (1), is part of the humidity measurement manufacture Rotronics larger Web site. Several subjects are presented including the Physics of Humidity, Humidity Definitions, and the Effects of Temperature and Pressure on Humidity. The third site on humidity is presented by USA Today's Weather Web site called Humidity...

https://scout.wisc.edu/Reports/NSDL/PhysSci/2003/ps-030711#T...
Just for Kids! Canada Hurricane Center

If you are searching for resources to help teach children all about hurricanes, then you should visit this Environmental Canada site. First, a glossary of hurricane terms is provided to help children understand the essentials. Following, visitors can gain a basic understanding of how hurricanes form and why they spin. To help students further understand the process, the site describes how to make...

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services...
Global Hydrology and Climate Center

This NASA website displays Interactive Global Geostationary Weather Satellite Images collected by GOES, GMS-5, and METEOSAT-7. Users can find captivating real-time images of visible, infrared, and water vapor for most areas of the world. Each image can be viewed as a single image or as an animation. Users not familiar with satellite images can find educational materials describing the unique...

https://ghrc.nsstc.nasa.gov/home/
Wonderful World of Weather

Created by the Stevens Institute of Technology, the Wonderful World of Weather is a standard-based real time data module for elementary students to explore weather phenomena locally and globally. Teachers can find many fun classroom activities divided into three sections: introductory activities, real time data activities, and language arts activities related to weather. The website features an...

http://ciese.org/curriculum/weatherproj/
Climate Kids

The Southeast Regional Climate Center (SERCC) created this fun, yet educational, website filled with games, activities, and other resources to teach children about weather and climate. Students can find a sequence of interactive surface weather maps at the useful Weather Map Activity. Through a memory game, users can discover the symbols regularly used in meteorology. Visitors can test their...

https://www.dnr.sc.gov/climate/sco/Education/education.php
University of Delaware: Synoptic Climatology Lab

"The synoptic climatology group performs research involving numerous applied climatological issues that affect humans and other organisms around the world." This University of Delaware website presents the lab's research in six main topics: Heat/Health Watch-Warning System (HHWWS); Ongoing Climate and Health Research; Applied Climate Indices; Air Mass Monitoring and Classification; International...

http://www1.udel.edu/SynClim/
NOAA Weather Education

NOAA offers links to a variety of educational materials on meteorology, hydrology, climatology, and other weather-related fields for children, teens, and young adults at this website. Students can find websites where they can learn about hurricanes, storms, tornadoes, and floods through interactive games. Teachers can find lightning safety presentations, satellite images, lightning photos, and...

https://www.weather.gov/education/
Meteorology Education & Training

Designed as part of the Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET), the Meteorology Education & Training website provides a wide range of resources designed for budding meteorologists and those with a general interest in the field. From the homepage, visitors will find sections such as "Topics", "Communities", "Resources", and an "About" area. Within the...

https://www.meted.ucar.edu/index.php
TeacherLink: NASA Instructional Units and Lesson Plans

Created by the TeacherLink initiative at the Utah State University College of Education, this site provides direct access to NASA instructional units and lesson plans. Visitors will note that there are over 40 different resources here, listed alphabetically. The resources are designed for students from kindergarten to college, and they include titles such as "Amusement Park Physics with a NASA...

http://teacherlink.ed.usu.edu/tlnasa/units/index.html
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NOAA/NASA: SciJinks

SciJinks is a resource for K-12 science educators created by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) dedicated to teaching young scientists about weather and weather-related careers. This resource contains interactive games, educational videos, images, posters, and classroom activities. Educators and students can browse...

https://scijinks.gov
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