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The weather channel

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The Weather Channel on Twitter 20160712: Submit your photo for a chance to win $15,000 in our #ItsAmazingOutThere Photo Contest: https://weather.com/photos/contest

“Submit your photo for a chance to win $15,000 in our #ItsAmazingOutThere Photo Contest: https://t.co/OzRFAKmd32”

Using the Weather Channel App in Math: http://learnontheedge.blogspot.com/2013/05/weather-channel-app-in-math.html

Hi, we've decided to venture off with our own blogs! Please go to teachitivity.blogspot.com to find a revised version of this post. See you there. Why not teach kids about temperature using something we use everyday - the Weather Channel app! I'm a huge fan of double dipping whenever I can. This activity brings in geography and statistics while the kids have fun calculating temperatures. The day my kids did this, I tweeted it on our class twitter account and the Weather Channel retweeted us…

My Weather Words Vocabulary Booklet

My Weather Words provides your students a place to document all those new words learned while studying Weather. This booklet includes 9 topic words. The pages are formatted for you to use only the words you like. Click on any pic to download! My kiddos love these booklets! I hope your students do, too!! Laura

June 2014 global #ocean temp warmest for any month on record per @NOAANCDC #StateOfClimate rpt http://1.usa.gov/1mR90UH  pic.twitter.com/6O6jSjKw3i

“June 2014 global #ocean temp warmest for any month on record per @NOAANCDC #StateOfClimate rpt http://t.co/mtPgdeerrZ”

Tornadoes: The Power to Destroy Everything

Here are a couple of new additions to The Best Resources For Learning About Tornadoes: Tornadoes: The Power to Destroy Everything infographic by acoleman26. The Associated Press has a useful intera…

Photosynthetic Activity in US Midwest by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr

Close views of Paul Richards during an Extravehicular Activity (EVA) on the International Space Station (ISS). View STS102-346-021 is a crew pick selection. NASA Identifier: sts102-346-021

Until late 2006, global temperatures were more than a degree Fahrenheit warmer when compared to the 20th Century average. From August of 2007 through February of 2008, the Earth’s mean temperature dropped to near the 20th Century average of 57 degrees. Since that time, land and ocean readings have rebounded to the highest levels in recorded history in 2016 with a temperature of 58.69 degrees Fahrenheit.

Until late 2006, global temperatures were more than a degree Fahrenheit warmer when compared to the 20th Century average. From August of 2007 through February of 2008, the Earth’s mean temperature dropped to near the 20th Century average of 57 degrees. Since that time, land and ocean readings have rebounded to the highest levels in recorded history in 2016 with a temperature of 58.69 degrees Fahrenheit.