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Fall 2020 Opportunities for Supporting Elementary Climate Teaching

 

Looking for activities for your students to do from home? Have your K-5th grade students join CLEAN on October 21st at 1pm for a virtual live lesson about melting ice, and its relation to climate. Students will get to experiment with ice during this fun, hands-on lesson, which only requires ice, salt & pepper, as well as dark and light-colored plates if students have them! (Clear cups, a ruler, thermometer, and stopwatch are also useful but not necessary). This lesson also connects with several of our Science@Home talks by CIRES/NOAA scientists that would be appropriate for upper elementary and older students.  

 

  • Register here for the “The Science of Ice” live virtual lesson on Oct. 21st at 3pm ET.  

Click here to sign up for the Science@Home science talks or to watch recordings