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Weather Games

Explore weather through a small collection of games and activities provided by BBC, including a weather word hangman, a do it yourself weather map, and weather quiz.  courtesy of netTrekker   
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Explore weather through a small collection of games and activities provided by BBC, including a weather-word hangman, a do-it-yourself weather map, and weather quiz.

 courtesy of netTrekker



Edheads: Weather Activities

Engaging site allows users to learn more about the weather and have some fun at the same time. Contains weather activities, a weather glossary, a teacher guide as well as various other useful links. courtesy of netTrekker

What Is Weather?

Weather is made up of different features like wind direction, wind force, precipitation, temperature, sunshine, visibility, and clouds. Have fun on this interactive site learning about these elements of weather. courtesy of netTrekker

Edheads: Weather Activities

Edheads: Weather Activities Through these colorful, interactive activities, students can choose to report the weather using common map symbols, or they can predict the weather that will be coming to a nearby city. There are great resources for students, like a live weather map and a weather glossary.

Weather Dude: The Seasons

Weather Dude: The Seasons Especially for kids, the Weather Dude provides a simple explanation of the seasons. Author includes a music clip titled "Circle of Our Four Seasons" plus suggested lesson plans/school assignments Nick Walker, Small Gate Media • Lesson Plans • Learning

Interactive Weather Maker

Interactive Weather Maker This Scholastic site allows users to have a little fun and learn about weather conditions at the same time as it invites users to 'create your own weather.' Users must have the Flash Plug-In installed to view this site. Scholastic for Kids • Learning Games

Museum of Science and Industry: Games

Play a game using simple machines—an inclined plane, a lever, wheels and an axle, and a pulley—to help Twitch collect parts, from the museum's crowded workshop shelves, needed to repair a robot. courtesy of netTrekker

e-Learningfor Kids: Weather

Designed for elementary students, this site teaches some basic concepts about weather. As students complete the three levels of this animated interactive, they will learn what weather is and how it is different during each of the four seasons. Students