The Ghost Closer (Modeling Air Pressure and Winds)

Unit 9: Weather
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to model how changes in air pressure can change the weather.

Big Idea: The students suck an egg into a jar and expand a marshmallow in a vacuum chamber in order to model how changes in air pressure can effect the weather!

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Science, Weather and Atmospheric Science, ocean, sun, middle school, temperature, wind, weather, Air Pressure, cloud
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