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Nose up high in the sky - Observing and measuring weather conditions | Teach with space PR48

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ESA / Education / Teachers' Corner

Languages: English, German, French

Subjects: Geography, Mathematics, Science |

In this set of activities, pupils will learn how their senses can be used to describe weather conditions. Pupils will also build a small meteorological station and take weather measurements of rain, wind speed and air temperature. They will learn that scientists need to have access to reliable instruments to make precise weather forecasting.



Format: Teacher’s guide and student worksheets
Age range: 8 – 10 years old
Keywords: Geography, Mathematics, Science, Weather, Weather observations, Wind, Air Temperature, Rain
Download: EnglishGermanFrench

This classroom resource is part of a set of resources developed by ESA’s Education Office in collaboration with ESEROs to support the Climate Detectives project.

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