This Is How We Feel About GLOBE. Ms. Browning’s Fifth Grade Soo Township Elementary 2005 –2006. Cloud Protocol. What kind of cloud do you think this is? If you guessed cirrostratus, congratulations! You are right! Michall Gordon and Devon Dear.
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Ms. Browning’s Fifth Grade
Soo Township Elementary
What kind of cloud do you think this is? If you guessed cirrostratus, congratulations! You are right!
Michall Gordon and Devon Dear
We love figuring out what clouds are in the sky.
Katlyn Moran & Adrienne Rogers
When we did GLOBE observations, we learned how to tell about the clouds and when it was going to be clear and when it was going to rain.
Desi Germain & Stephanie Colvin
We learned that there are many different types of clouds, and we learned that the stuff jets leave behind are called contrails.
Steven Boucher & Jason Jacques
Let it be rain or snow, the temperature we’ll always know.
We liked reading the U-tube! It was really fun and exciting!
Tyler Kagey & Travis Lehre
Reading the thermometer is fun and educational at the same time.
Lucas Logsdon & Russell Lipponen
Learning about temperature is quick, easy, and fun to do.
Elliot Furr & Tanner Bowlin
The rain gauge collects rain water and also morning dew.
Quinton LaCrosse & Robert Williams
We learned how to read the precipitation with the rain gauge.
Mikaila Talentino & Lisa Casselman
We think doing precipitation is interesting and fun because you can tell how much rain fell.
Shellby Goeschel & Megan LaVictor
We had to learn how to read the rain gauge.
Jordan White & Kelly Schmit
Thanks for the chance to learn from the GLOBE Program- at school . . . and beyond!
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