Studying weather indoors


Clinton-Massie Elementary School received a visit Tuesday and Wednesday from COSI (Center Of Science and Industry) on wheels, spotlighting the topic of understanding how weather works. The hands-on, fun educational experiences for which COSI is well known were available at a number of stations staffed by area adult volunteers. Pictured are kindergartners in the gymnasium, where Stella Woodrum, second from left, does some assembly on a device that will spin and create enough air movement to blow around hair. Isabella Pyles is third from left, accompanied on Groundhog Day by unidentified fellow students of weather, clouds and thunderstorms.


Clinton-Massie Elementary School received a visit Tuesday and Wednesday from COSI (Center Of Science and Industry) on wheels, spotlighting the topic of understanding how weather works. The hands-on, fun educational experiences for which COSI is well known were available at a number of stations staffed by area adult volunteers. Pictured are kindergartners in the gymnasium, where Stella Woodrum, second from left, does some assembly on a device that will spin and create enough air movement to blow around hair. Isabella Pyles is third from left, accompanied on Groundhog Day by unidentified fellow students of weather, clouds and thunderstorms.

Clinton-Massie Elementary School received a visit Tuesday and Wednesday from COSI (Center Of Science and Industry) on wheels, spotlighting the topic of understanding how weather works. The hands-on, fun educational experiences for which COSI is well known were available at a number of stations staffed by area adult volunteers. Pictured are kindergartners in the gymnasium, where Stella Woodrum, second from left, does some assembly on a device that will spin and create enough air movement to blow around hair. Isabella Pyles is third from left, accompanied on Groundhog Day by unidentified fellow students of weather, clouds and thunderstorms.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_massie_cosi_p_f.jpgClinton-Massie Elementary School received a visit Tuesday and Wednesday from COSI (Center Of Science and Industry) on wheels, spotlighting the topic of understanding how weather works. The hands-on, fun educational experiences for which COSI is well known were available at a number of stations staffed by area adult volunteers. Pictured are kindergartners in the gymnasium, where Stella Woodrum, second from left, does some assembly on a device that will spin and create enough air movement to blow around hair. Isabella Pyles is third from left, accompanied on Groundhog Day by unidentified fellow students of weather, clouds and thunderstorms.
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