I have often said here at The Homeschool Scientist that science is every where. It is in the way our bodies work, the light bulb illuminating the room, the way a ball falls to the ground when dropped, and in the birds singing in the trees. All of these things can be researched and studied to learn more about the science behind them.
Another fascinating subject to study that is truly everywhere all the time is the weather. I even wrote a hands-on weather study lesson e-book called What Makes The Weather? that explores 6 atmospheric conditions that make up the weather. It is packed with experiments and activities that help students understand how weather works.
Weather STEM Activities
Exploring weather phenomena through experiments and other activities can help make the science come alive for students and help them really understand the atmosphere and the weather within it. These 20 weather STEM activities would make a great addition to the What Makes The Weather? study, your own weather study, or just for fun!
Weather Around the World from Mama Smiles
Cloud Simulation from Adventures in Mommydom
What Causes Storms? from Frogs and Fairies
Tornado in a Bottle Science Experiment from Edventures with Kids
What Makes the Wind Blow and Wind Vocabulary from Left Brain Craft Brain
The Science of Condensation and Frost from Schooling a Monkey
Cloud Science from The Happy Housewife
Recording and Graphing Weather Resources from Rainy Day Mum
Sunshine and Solar Panels from The Educators’ Spin On It
Tracking and Learning About Temperature from Tree Valley Academy
Water Cycle Science Discovery Bottle from Little Bins for Little Hands
Simple Wind Experiment from Teach Me Mommy
Snow Ice Simple Science from STEAM Powered Family
Printable Weather Sorting Game from Simple Fun for Kids
How to Make Lightning from Learn Play Imagine
Cloud in a Jar from Playdough to Plato
Homemade Bottle Thermometer from What Do We Do All Day?
Simple Evaporation Experiment from Capri Plus 3
Pudding Cup Anemometer from Parenting Chaos
Make a Hurricane from Inspiration Laboratories
Weather Study Resources From The Homeschool Scientist