Why do tornadoes form? What is wind shear? Unravels the mysteries of meteorology through visual representations and hands-on experiments. Fundamental atmospheric conditions that create what we call “weather” are be explored. Students learn about temperature, air pressure, the water cycle, and clouds. The program concludes with an “electrifying” demonstration of the properties of static electricity, which produces a current much like lightning.

Supports CDE Academic Standards for Earth Systems Science.

Group size: Up to 60 students
Grades: 2-8
Cost: $195 per presentation; $125 for each additional presentation

To request this Classroom Presentation, complete the online request form.

Questions? Contact Hester Nadel via email or call 303-492-8640.