GLOBAL WARMING Experiments–
Conduct experiments with a model atmosphere to learn about Earth’s climate system, weather, and atmosphere. Explore the hydrological cycle. Conduct experiments to model wind and ocean currents. Learn how human activity influences the climate with experiments involving carbon dioxide and the greenhouse effect. Investigate the potential consequences of global warming on humans, ecosystems, and the world’s economies, and learn what we can do to protect the climate.
2 Transparent half-spheres, Die-cut sheet, Continent sticker sheet,
Transparency for experiment basin, Cork stopper,
5 Pins, 3 Wooden sticks, 5 Incense cones
Balloon, Black rubber disk, Equator strip ,1 Piece of tubing
1 Thermometer with cover
Petri dish, Sponge, 3 Tea light containers 4 Paper clips Pipette 50 grams of clay
2 Rubber bands, Straw with insert, Sphere Hemispheres Ramp
What does it teach?
Your students will perform experiments that help explain the research that scientists are working on to determine the cause and effect of Global Warming, as well as the general principals that cause the Earth’s temperature to rise.
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