If you are lucky enough to have snow where you live this is a great one. Bel the Weather Girl lives where there is plenty of snow and she loves to check out all of the snowflakes and she noticed something very interesting. Did you know that all snowflakes are different except for one thing? […]


Bel the Weather Girl’s mom is a meteorologist and she loves this next experiment. Weather happens because of different air pressure systems arm wrestling with each other across your area. So how does the pressure change? It has a lot to do with temperature! Find a bottle with a long, narrow neck and set it […]


Bel and Dylan and their friends are the Crickets soccer team in Weather Clues in the Sky: Clouds Book. Did you know that you can tell the temperature by counting the chirps of crickets! Really you can! Here is how you do it: count the number of chirps in 14 seconds then add 40 to get […]

This experiment is from Pg. 24 of Weather Clues in the Sky: Clouds book. The author and her friends show you how to make a cloud in a jar. You can even make one yourself at home! Weather experiments are fun for anyone! Take a look at all the other weather experiments here! For more […]


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