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The Walking Classroom Institute
Date created
October 2012
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The Walking Classroom kids discuss the field of meteorology and explain how the weather is predicted. Their teacher helps them understand the forces that create weather patterns and natural phenomenon like rain, thunder and lightning. They also discuss how these forces affect our everyday lives.