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Incorporate weather into STEM curriculum for grades K-12, reinforcing math, science and vocabulary lessons while giving the whole community a valuable asset.


Engage the community

Develop a sense of school community by posting your weather data online. Students and parents can use real-time weather information to decide how to dress for school and after-school activities.

Photo courtesy WeatherSTEM. This Vantage Pro2 at Southport Middle School in Port St. Lucie, Florida is gathering weather data for students, teachers, parents, and the whole community!

Monitor playground safety

Use weather data to determine how long students can be outside for recess. Whether it’s hot or cold, on-site weather helps administrators keep students safe.

Photo courtesy WeatherSTEM. This Vantage Pro2 is showing off the school colors at Immokalee Middle School in Florida.

Expand your curriculum

Incorporate weather into your science program with an on-campus garden. Students can document weather conditions and their relationship to plant growth using graphs and written assignments.

Research-grade accuracy

Base your research on accurate data. Davis weather stations are used in academic research projects by hundreds of universities throughout the world where accurate, reproducible data on temperature, wind or rain is required.

Bring weather into the classroom

Beginning in preschool, children learn about their world through weather. Install a weather station at school to allow hands-on learning that can be incorporated throughout the school day in every classroom.