KSAT Kids: Stuck at home? Take a fun weather quiz, or make a homemade thermometer
Our meteorologists have put together educational tools for use during the coronavirus quarantine
Hello parents, teachers and students!
Have you adjusted to working or having lessons at home? I know I haven’t. But what a brave new world we live in.
But, with KSAT Kids, we want to provide you, your family and classmates with both relevant content to inform you during school closures, as well as educational content to help you stay engaged.
Looking for something to do with the children while stuck at home? Don’t worry, KSAT Kids has got you covered.
Our team of meteorologists are constantly creating content designed to captivate kids and parents, alike. In this week’s newsletter, you can learn how to make a homemade thermometer, or take a fun weather quiz.
Keep scrolling to find resources that can help to keep children both active and engaged, or to see our student spotlight about a teen who had her foreign exchange program come to a swift end.
Stay safe and wash your hands!
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Here’s what can be found on KSAT Kids for Thursday, March 26:
A Ukrainian foreign exchange student who has been studying in Jourdanton for eight months is now headed home early because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Do you know a classroom or school that is doing amazing work and deserves to be featured in KSAT Kids? Nominate a student, teacher or school by emailing email@example.com.
Stay at home activities
Kids going stir crazy at home? Here is how to make a cool homemade thermometer that really works.
Temporary school closures shouldn’t keep the kiddos and teens from learning! Join meteorologist Sarah Spivey for some fun weather trivia in a game show we’re calling, “So You Want to be a Meteorologist?”
Radar is a very important tool for a meteorologist, because it shows where there are showers and thunderstorms. But did you know you can also see bats using a weather radar?! It’s true!
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- Disney offering free online program for kids called ‘Imagineering in a Box’
- 20 websites to help keep kids busy (and smart!)
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