We've all been suffering through these March Nor'easters and tonight/tomorrow are preparing for what the Boston Globe and others have dubbed the "Four'easter." But why not take these weather crises and turn them into opportunities in your science classes? Have your students answer the question: Why have these storms been happening this year? Find a way to create a science lab for your students that has them explore weather and climate patterns, collect data about average snow fall and compare them year-to-year, or have them write informed letters to other children in the school about why these nor'easters have been happening. Pull on resources to help guide students' exploration. For example: here's a detailed explainer that contains several links to help explore the phenomenon of this recent climate pattern. If you end up doing a lesson on the nor'easters, don't forget to tweet @csoboston or @RCABAndrew!
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