December 4, 2020

A Tornado in Washington??

Above is an image someone had taken of a tornado that rushed through Bremerton, WA two years ago, in December of 2018. No one was seriously injured, but it did cause some destruction to nearby homes. It may surprise you that there have been 122 tornadoes in Washington state since the 1950’s (not including this

November 18, 2020

Weather Observations: Tips and Tricks from Kristin Clark

Barometers are rising tonight as this weather system starts to move away. Komo 4 meteorologist Kristin Clark has been working with us to help develop our weather unit. She shared some tips for turning OBSERVATIONS into PREDICTIONS. Thanks, Kristin! Clear Sky at Night = Cold MorningRed Sky at Night = Calm Weather by MorningRed Sky

November 18, 2020

Clouds

Have you ever looked up at the sky and saw animals or figures in the clouds? Do you know what kinds of clouds you were looking at? Or, if you’ve ever been in an airplane and seen the clouds way up there, do you know what kind those are? This blog post will show you

November 16, 2020

Lesson 4: Air and Pressure

Many of our sixth grade partner schools are at different places in their curriculum. We will be releasing a series of educational videos tied to the “Weather and Climate” unit they are studying this quarter. This week, watch Julia and Kaela do a fun (dangerous) air pressure demo. What’s a little fire in an 120

November 12, 2020

6th graders: Join us on Flip Grid!

November 11, 2020

Storm’s-a-brewin!

You may have noticed that the weather has gotten colder & wetter, it must mean winter is coming! For those of you in 6th grade participating in our weather kit project this weekend is a great time to start making observations. In your weather kit are three tools to help you predict and make observations