Kids stuck at home? Let’s learn about the weather together!
HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Need something fun to do with your keiki during this extended time at home? You can now put a little sunshine in their day by learning more about how the weather works!
“Let’s Learn Together,” a daily learning workshop with meteorologist Jennifer Robbins, will be posted to our Hawaii News Now Facebook page every weekday until the end of this school year.
To help Hawaii’s kids keep learning during their time away from campus, Jen is doing these lessons and experiments from her own home. And if you don’t use Facebook, don’t fret! They’ll also be posted to our website and our Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire apps, so your family can watch them at home together and dive into the world of meteorology.
We’ll also share educational learning videos and kidcaster reports. We’re looking for keiki weather watchers and kidcasters, so have the kids draw pictures of the weather, then take a video of him or her talking about the drawing!
We are looking for keiki from all over the globe to be a part of this, so we can unite and connect and continue to spread aloha during this uncertain time. We would also love to see your family doing these home experiements together, so make sure to share your videos!
You can submit your short videos to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meteorologist Jennifer Robbins (Auntie Jen Jen to the kiddos!) is looking forward to sharing her passion with you!
If you have any questions, you can email her: email@example.com.
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