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10 Hands-On Weather Science Experiments for Kids

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We shared ideas of seed science experiments for kids last week. Today we will share weather science experiments for kids to do in the spring. As winter comes to the end, the weather is changing in so many different ways, warmer temperature, longer days, more or less rains, melting snows, strong winds, … there are a lot we can do about weather with kids. Here are some on my list.

Hands on Weather Science Experiments for Kids

10 weather science experiments for kids, all are hands-on, easy to do science activities you can do at home or classroom. For example: create rainbow, make cloud, create thunderstorms. Great STEM activities for Kids from preschool to high school.
All ideas here are hands on, meaning kids will make something. But all are simple to do, with no need for special materials.

Make a weather vane to show wind direction

Make an anemometer to measure wind speed.

Create a thunderstorm in your kitchen

Make rain in a jar

Make a rain gauge to measure rainfalls

Create a rainbow at anytime – don’t have to wait for the rain.

Create some tiny lightning to see how lightning is formed

Create a tornado in your soda bottle

Watch the cloud form in a bottle

Make a thermometer of your own

Enjoy the weather change and have fun!

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