Weather ExperimentsBook - 2006
Get the scoop on weather--from the ground, right up to the clouds in the sky. Dozens of really amazing hands-on experiments, along with fascinating facts and figures, help kids comprehend fundamental aspects of our world, including why the North Pole is colder than the Equator and whether lightning ever really does strike twice. Youngsters will enjoy making an indoor cloud, dissecting a hailstone, and even building a weather station. "Dozens of meticulously described experiments...and a detailed, clear explanation of what happens and why. The experiments are easy to set up and carry out."-- School Library Journal .
Publisher: New York : c2006
Branch Call Number: JNF 551.5078 MAND
Characteristics: 128 p. : ill ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Simple weather experiments with everyday materials