Using craft items to enhance weather lessons has certainly made lessons interesting and engaging. This video presentation demonstrates a model showing a stormy weather. Teachers may obtain ideas from this presentation in creating displays for weather-related topics.
Children will appreciate this experiment in discovering why the sky is blue. Children in general like to ask that question. This activity will enlighten the students to this discovery. Teachers will appreciate this activity for the students.
Workshops have proven to be very helpful to both teachers and students. This website has shown the success of having a workshop for both teachers and the students. Teachers may apply this suggestion in having meaningful workshops and inviting well-known scientist so that students can interact with these persons and gain insight on different topics.
The Air Pollution Project is designed for grades 6-12. It uses online real time data to guide students on the discovery of the causes and effects of outdoor air pollution. Students will be asked to create graph to recognize trends. Teachers may tweak or use the plan according to the needs of the students.
There are different kinds of intelligences that determine how children think and learn. I am impressed with the naturalistic intelligence. These have greater sensitivity towards plants, animals and non-living natural elements such as the weather. These students learn best in natural setting. Teachers may apply the suggestions especially when teaching weather related topics.