Science - 4th Grade
Students will understand that the elements of weather can be observed, measured, and recorded to make predictions and determine simple weather patterns.
4th Grade OER Science Textbook
This Open Educational Resource (OER) textbook has been written specifically for students as a reputable source for them to obtain information aligned to the Utah Science Standards.
4th Grade Sci-ber Text
From USBE, a fun, interactive online textbook. Correlates directly with Utah's science core curriculum.
4th Grade Teacher Resource Book (TRB)
Great resource for teaching the core curriculum, including activities and background information.
Interactive Weather Maker
Change the temperature and the humidity to create different weather conditions.
Internet Weather Links
Online Sources of Weather Information
National Weather Service
Make your weather prediction and compare it with the one given by the professionals.
The Weather Channel
Observe weather, record, analyze and predict weather -the role of water relating to weather -air movement -record weather over time -evaluate accuracy of weather forecasts
Types of Clouds
Use this cool site to learn all about those beautiful things in the sky - clouds.
UEN: Internet Weather Links
Weather Report is an online project that is designed to facilitate the weather curriculum and learning about weather.
USGS Water Resources of Utah
This site is loaded with Water Science for schools, Water Data, Projects, a great, Great Salt Lake page, and students can even ask questions.
Utah Climate Center
This is the source for Utah climate information. It also links to other sources of climate information.
http://www.uen.org - in partnership with Utah State Board of Education
(USBE) and Utah System of Higher Education
(USHE). Send questions or comments to USBE Specialist -
and see the Science - Elementary website. For
general questions about Utah's Core Standards contact the Director
- Jennifer Throndsen .
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