Fun Winter Experiment for Kids

CREATE A SNOW GAUGE

Do you live in deep snow country? The depth of snow can be using your homemade snowgauge, so you can tell current snowfall with a quick glance.

Keep track of how much snow falls in your backyard.snow gauge measure snowfall

Science Experiment:

1. Cut off the top portion of a large plastic soda bottle or use a clear plastic cup.

2. With a permanent marker, draw lines on the outside of container in 1/4″ increments.

3. Place outside when snow begins to fall.

4. Record snowfall.

5. Allow the snow to melt. How much water is there?

6. Measure how much melted snow it takes to create water. Are you surprised at the difference?

 

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Jeanette LaPorte

Jeanette LaPorte

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