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Fun and Educational Weather Experiments for 6-Year-Olds

Category : Science experiments for 6-year-olds | Sub Category : Weather experiments for 6-year-olds Posted on 2023-07-07 21:24:53


Fun and Educational Weather Experiments for 6-Year-Olds

Fun and Educational Weather Experiments for 6-Year-Olds
Introduction: Weather is a fascinating topic for children to explore and learn about. Engaging them in hands-on experiments not only sparks their curiosity but also helps them understand important concepts about the weather. In this blog post, we'll discuss six weather experiments that are perfect for 6-year-olds. These experiments are easy, safe, and can be done with simple household materials. So, let's get started!
A clear jar, water, shaving cream, food coloring, pipette or dropper are needed for the experiment.
1 The jar should be filled with water.
2 A cloud-like layer is formed when a layer of shaving cream is Scooped on top of the water.
3 The shaving cream cloud can be covered with food coloring using the pipette or dropper.
4 Food coloring gradually trickles down into the water.
This experiment shows the process of rain. The shaving cream and food coloring are both related to the cloud. As the droplets accumulate in the cloud, they eventually become too heavy to fall.
The second experiment is about making a homemade windsock using paper, scissors, glue, stapler or tape, string, markers or colored pencils.
1 Cut a large piece of paper.
2 Colored pencils or markers can be used to decorate the paper.
3 Attach the short ends of the rectangle together with tape or staple.
4 Attach the strips of paper to the cylinder using glue.
5 Attach a string to the windsock and hang it outside.
The windsock is a simple tool that can be used to determine the direction and strength of the wind. Hang it outside and let your child watch the wind blow through the strips.
The materials needed for the experiment are two clear plastic bottles with caps, water, food coloring, duct tape and a Tornado.
1 One of the bottles should be filled with water.
2 Food coloring can be added to the water.
3 Place the empty bottle upside-down on top of the filled bottle and secure them with duct tape.
4 The bottles should be flipped over and held by the neck.
The experiment is about creating a tornado by creating a water-filled sphere. The water mimics the motion of a tornado.
The materials needed for the experiment were a plastic bottle, a ruler, scissors, water-resistant tape, and marker.
1 The bottom part of the bottle should be left intact.
2 Place the ruler next to the bottle and mark the height on it with a marker.
3 The 0 mark is visible when you wrap a strip of water-resistant tape around the bottle.
4 The rain gauge should be placed outside in an open area.
5 Check the water level against the ruler to observe and measure the rain.
A rain gauge is a device that can measure the amount of rain. A simple rain gauge at home can help your child understand how much rain falls.
The experiment needed hot water, a glass jar, ice cubes and a plate.
1 The hot water will fill the jar about one-third of the way.
2 Put the jar in the hole.

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