Wind, Fog, and Rain: Ms. Hinderberger's First Grade Class Thinks and Puzzles About the Weather
What do we think we know about the wind?
"The wind is cold."
"It can blow things."
What puzzles do we have about the wind?
"Where does wind come from?"
"What does it look like?"
What do we think we know about fog?
"The fog is quiet. But you can see it."
"It touches the ground."
There's no fog in Hawaii."
What puzzles do we have about fog?
"What does fog look like? Does it always look the same?"
"What is fog made out of?"
What do we think we know about rain?
"Rain is wet."
"Rain can be really hard or soft and be like slush."
"Rain comes down."
What puzzles do we have about the rain?
"When snowflakes melt, do they become rain?"
"When puddles get made, they are different shapes, but when the sun comes out, do they evaporate?"
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