NWS Pueblo's
Kid's (and Teacher's) Page!

(These are in .pdf format, and are available for anyone to download and print!)

Links for Kids Links for Teachers
  • Weather Resources For Educators Available Online - The National Weather Service has tools available for educators to teach a number of subjects including science, math, geometry, geography, and biology. These tools use simplified methods to communicate important facts to everyone from pre-schoolers to college-level students. From understanding how tornadoes form to identifying cloud formations, these resources are easy to download for your convenience.
  • The Weather Unit - Extensive list of weather-related class projects.
  • K-12 Outreach Activities in Weather and Climate - Various weather links from the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
  • Blustery Beginnings - Learn about the wind
Kids and Teachers

The main goal of DataStreme is to train Weather Resource Education Teachers for grades K-12. DataStreme is a 13 week distance learning course. Teachers successfully completing the course will receive 3 semester hour graduate credits from the State University of New York at Brockport. The course also requires 3 group meetings. One meeting will be at the local National Weather Service Office. In southern Colorado, the group has a tour of the National Weather Service Office in Pueblo. More information is available on the DataStreme Information Page

For more information on DataStreme, a list of Local Implementation Team leaders for the entire country is also available. 







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