Weather and Science for Kids and Educators - KLFY News 10

Weather and Science for Kids and Educators

NSSL Educational Information- National Severe Storms Laboratory gives an educator tools to teach weather.  Severe weather safety, weather lessons, coloring books and more is included in this comprehensive site.

NOAA Education- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Education is primarily for teachers.  Topics include: Weather, Climate Change and Our Planet, Oceans and Coasts, Satellites and Space, and Training, Other Opportunities & External Links.

NWS Playtime- National Weather Service's playtime for kids allows youngsters to learn about hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms and lightning, floods, safety tips, general weather info, and other fun stuff.

The Water Cycle- A site for K-5th graders. Gives students simple explanations on the water cycle and the seasons.

K-12 Education- National Center for Atmospheric Research and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado has created a great resource for teachers of all grade levels.  Elementary, Middle and High School resources are all available.

NASA MODIS Site- National Aeronautics and Space Administration's MODIS site gives data on the atmosphere, land, and our oceans.  This is a site for a more advanced learner.

If you have a useful weather website that you'd like to share, then e-mail us at weather@klfy.com.

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