Weather at Home: science experiments for kids

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Being cooped up at home is tough for kids, but keeping them entertained and learning is even tougher. Luckily, Meteorologist Jessica Lebel has put together at-home experiments to make learning from home fun! Below is a list of weather based experiments you can do at home:

Weather at Home: DIY rain gauge

Weather at Home: DIY Wind Vane

Weather at Home: How to make a cloud in a jar

Weather at Home: How to make homemade snow

Weather at Home: How to create a tornado in a bottle

Weather at Home: How to calculate how far you are from lightning

Weather at Home: Rain in a jar

Weather at Home: How to make frost

Weather at Home: Water Cycle in a bag

Weather at Home: Learn about how thunderstorms form

Weather at Home: Make your own hygrometer

Weather at Home: Make your own thermometer

Weather at Home: Make your own anemometer

Weather at Home: How to make a barometer

Weather at Home: How to make a rainbow

Weather at Home: How to make a sundial

Weather at Home: Snowstorm in a jar

Weather at Home: Use Pop Rocks to blow up a balloon

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