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Regional Weather Patterns Blackboard Manipulative


Physically create the weather conditions you want students to understand with this unique set of manipulatives.

  • Some assembly required
  • Teacher instructions included
  • Grades 7–12
New York State Earth Science teacher, Adam Hovey, developed these super-sized chalkboard weather manipulatives to help students create stationary and occluded fronts, mobilize magnetic warm and cold fronts, and push air masses out of the way as a new air mass takes over a region. The close-up visualization and hands-on interaction with weather elements furthers student understanding of how different types of weather are created. Kit includes an overhead transparency of North America for projection onto a magnetic dry board or chalkboard (not included).


   
 

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