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Wild Science Projects About Earth's Weather

Series: Rockin' Earth Science Experiments

By Robert Gardner

Why does it rain? How does temperature change through the seasons? Can you make a cloud? Using materials they can find in their home, students start to learn how weather works. By the time young readers are finished with the experiments in this book, they will be ready to design some of their own to enter in their next science fair. Supports the National Science Education Standards for K–4 Earth and Space Science.

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"Colorful illustrations will make this series appealing to older students."

Arlington Independent School District, February 5, 2007

". . . these earth science activities encourage detailed and sometimes long-term observation, careful planning, and consideration of core scientific concepts. Although explanations of the scientific principles in each activity are provided, they enhance rather than replace the experiments themselves . . ."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2007

"The author . . . combines his subject knowledge with an ability to communicate this knowledge simply and effectively . . . Teachers will find that these easy experiments liven up their science lessons and will appreciate the concrete sequential approach taken by the author. These titles are a good choice for schools looking for hands-on science experiments for children in the elementary grades."

Library Media Connection, August/September 2007

"A simple glossary, some references and websites for further research, and an index make this book ideal to support independent research as well as a great source of classroom activities."

National Science Teachers Association Recommends Web site, April 24, 2007

"The directions are clear and concise . . . An excellent addition for schools doing Science Fairs or encouraging learning by doing."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, March 2007

"The text describes scientific concepts in a clear and simple manner . . . One of the strong points of the book is that it encourages young readers to investigate and experiment on their own, all the while offering suggestions for variations that might be tried and used as a science fair project . . . This book could be helpful in a second- to fourth-grade classroom as a useful supplement to an existing curriculum or for a teacher who needs more background or demonstrations and experiments to use in class."

Science Books & Films, July/August 2007

"Gardner’s books are appropriate for libraries that need more books on earth-science experiments."

School Library Journal, June 2007

". . . a good resource for students to use during science fair assignments."

Garland Independent School District, November 15, 2007

"Excellent resource for science fair projects and for classroom teachers introducing or reinforcing a topic . . . simple, direct text."

Erie 2–Chautauqua–Cattaraugus Board of Cooperative Educational Services, March 2007

"These experiments are very practical and are done with materials students will have readily available."

Lincoln Public Schools, August 2008

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