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Making Snow in Science Class

Dear Parents,

Currently, we are learning about weather and climate with my students. We are making barometers to measure air pressure, we are putting cotton balls on a poster to create a cloud patterns learning about high, low pressure, hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards.

I thought that would be very interesting If I make a snow in my class, which kids and I did and it made a big impact on kids and they really loved it! We will keep learning science with hands-on activities and experiments.


Isa Pamuk

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Science and PE Teacher 4-6

Science Olympiad Head Coach

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