4M Green Science Weather Station

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About this product

Overview

  • Learn about your local weather system by using a combination of measuring tools and data
  • Observe, record and forecast upcoming weather events by using scientific data
  • Uses recycled materials you can find around the house like a used water bottle

Product overview

• Learn about your local weather system by using a combination of measuring tools and data
• Observe, record and forecast upcoming weather events by using scientific data
• Uses recycled materials you can find around the house like a used water bottle
• Can also be used to make a mini greenhouse
• No batteries required

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The 4M Green Science weather station kit is a great way to learn about your local weather system and how the weather can be predicted. Using the tools inside the box (compass, thermometer, rain gauge) you can keep track of weather changes, find out facts about the weather, and do experiments on the greenhouse effect.

Once you have used the bottle connected to the weather station and want to recycle it, you can also use it as your very own mini greenhouse. Grow your own plants and have a positive effect on the environment around you!

Specification

Product Specifications

Computer System Requirements:

None

Number Of Included Parts:

16

Number Of Experiments:

2

Power Specifications

Power Source:

None

Dimensions & Weight

Width:

170mm

Depth:

60mm

Height:

220mm

Weight:

241g

Warranty

Warranty:

1Year(s)

General

Type:

Earth Science Kit

Recommended Age:

8+

Contents

Package Contents:

1x Thermometer
1x Compass
1x Wind vane
1x Anemometer
1x Rain gauge

What ways does this measure the weather?

Asked by: sam29
The 4M Green Science weather station kit is a great way to learn about your local weather system and how the weather can be predicted. Using the tools inside the box (compass, thermometer, rain gauge) you can keep track of weather changes, find out facts about the weather, and do experiments on the greenhouse effect.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2017-08-22
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