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Today's Tip: 
November 19, 2013
Make Predictions About the Weather

Help your child track the weather for one or two weeks. Work together to create a chart where she can record the data each day. Once you have enough data to start seeing patterns, talk about what you both notice. Is there a connection between the barometric pressure and the weather? And what about humidity?

 
 

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