Rain, sunshine, warm fronts, and cold fronts. Have you ever listened to a weather report? Knowing the weather can help us plan ahead. But reporters aren’t the only ones who can track weather. You can, too!
This nonfiction Spanish book explores the subject of meteorology in depth, and introduces students to important scientific concepts and vocabulary like anemometer, barometer, air pressure, warm front, cold front, rain gauge, probability, Celsius, Fahrenheit, and more. The colorful images, diagrams, sidebars, and text features will keep students connected to the text. Aligned to state and national standards, the fun lab activity provides a real-world learning experience that supports STEM instruction. Keep students reading with this high-interest science book!