Wild Weather

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This resource contains six activities that link to seasonal change and cover aspects of working scientifically. They include:

  • observing and describing weather associated with different seasons of the year

  • recording how shadow length changes over a day and creating bar charts to show this data.

  • setting up rain gauges to measure rainfall

  • making a wind sock to measure wind direction

  • recording the direction of the wind and observing how it may change over time

  • using thermometers to measure temperature in different locations

  • using what they have learned to create a recorded weather forecast for the school website

These activities have been provided by Hamilton Trust as part of their mixed age group science lessons.

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