Click here if you can't get enough weather information. This is Weather Wizkids...a website developed by a young meteorologist just for you!
Click here for National Geographic which has some amazing weather photographs.
Click here for BrainPop. Our login information is username CRES and password CRES. There are many terrific weather videos to explore.
Click here if you would like to know the difference between hail and sleet or many other facts about weather.
Click here to ask meteorologists from the Weather Channel about their job.
Click here to see what it looks like to fly in an airplane among the clouds.
Click hereto watch the Cloud PowerPointMs. Plumfield showed in science lab.
Click here if you think your family or friends might like to pretend to be water vapor or a sewage treatment plant? This is a link to the Water Cycle Reader's Theater script that we will hopefully have a chance to read in the science lab this year.
Click here for some information about the Water Cycle from the US Geological Survey.
Click here if you and your parentwant to try the "cloud in a bottle"activity. You can find many versions of this experiment on the Internet.
Click here if you would like to try your hand at predicting the weather in Kansas, which is part of "Tornado Alley."
Click here if you are still interested in learning more about water, water,water from the US Geological survey.