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  • Lily Lavendar

    Great tips on how to forecast the weather without gadgets

  • Linnea Sundberg

    How to forecast weather old school style

  • Mary Pat Holter

    Forecast weather without gadgets Thought this would be interesting to discus in weather unit.

  • Jennifer Clace

    A way to forecast weather without any gadgets. Could use as a week long project where each morning, evening and after school the students record using this sheet and predict the weather. Great way to teach students about weather forecasting as well as is very involved.

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