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SCIENCE/MATH
Tracking the Weather

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: SLC, Utah
Date Submitted: May 30, 2001

During a unit on weather, we keep an outdoor thermometer outside our classroom window. Each day 2 assigned students are in charge of recording the high and low temperatures of that day. Then they plot their data on a large, over-sized graph in our classroom. If you don't have room to put a large graph, each student can have individual graphs at their desks. Graphing this information is also important if you build a weather station outside of your room. There's even more to graph then!

     
 

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