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Publication Date: 2006-08-01
"Simple text and supportive images introduce beginning readers to the characteristics of rain. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.
Publication Date: 2005-01-01
What is rain? -- Where does rain come from? -- Water in the air -- The water cycle -- Different kinds of rain -- Rainfall around the world -- Rain and the seasons -- Who needs rain? -- Plants in the rain -- Animals in the rain -- Floods -- Acid rain -- Project : rain diary.
Publication Date: 2011-07-01
Why Is It Raining? by
Publication Date: 2005-04-01
What do raindrops look like? -- Where do raindrops come from? -- What happens to the water vapor? -- Are clouds made of water? -- How do droplets become raindrops? -- Does every cloud bring rain? -- How is rain measured? -- What happens to the rain after it falls? -- Experiment.
Down Comes the Rain by
Publication Date: 1997-08-16
Explains how the water cycle leads to different types of weather patterns.
Science Project Ideas about Rain by
Publication Date: 1997-08-01
Uses experiments to illustrate the properties of rain as well as the reasons that water is such an important part of life.
Who Likes the Rain? by
Publication Date: 2007-08-01
Examines rain, the process of how it is made, why it falls, and what a raindrop looks like through simple text, full-color illustrations, and fun-filled flaps.
Splish! Splash! by
Publication Date: 2003-07-01
Provides a brief introduction to rain, its effects, and its role in the water cycle.
Weather Fundamentals - Rain & Snow
Students will learn how rain, snow, sleet, hail, fog and mist form as well as how the water cycle constantly 'recycles' water around the world.
Weather for Children - All about Rain, Snow, Sleet & Hail
Looks at the many forms of precipitation, the forces that cause them and how water in one form changes to another. Demonstrations show that air has weight and warm air rises, and a visit with a meteorologist illustrates how the measurement and observation of rainfall helps in determining the forecast.