All Kinds of Weather
All Kinds of Weather is a science project for kids that teaches children about weather around the world. The answers to all your kids' weather questions are as close as your library.
What You'll Need:
- One or more books on weather
Learn About All Kinds of Weather:Step 1: Think of some weather questions you'd like to know the answers to. For example: Have you ever wondered what are the coldest, hottest, rainiest, and snowiest places on Earth?
- Antarctica is the coldest at -128.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Al Aziziyah, Libya, is the hottest at 136 degrees Fahrenheit.
- The rainiest place in the world, Kukui, Hawaii, gets 460 inches every year.
- Washington's Mount Rainier Paradise Ranger Station, the snowiest place, gets 1,122 inches in the winter season.
Step 2: Have you wondered what causes tornadoes, thunder, or lightning? Check out some books about weather and find out. Discover your own fun weather facts, write them down, and share them with others.
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Want more science projects you can do with your kids? Try:
- Science Projects for Kids: States of Matter
- Science Projects for Kids: Air Pressure
- Science Projects for Kids: The Moon