Patrons build models of greenhouse gas molecules using colored gumdrops and toothpicks.
|Hints for uses in your library||This activity is better suited for tweens and teens who have basic chemistry knowledge, but younger siblings could have a lot of fun constructing the molecules with help from older patrons.|
10 Interesting Things About Earth
All About Earth
What is Earth?
Earth Day Image Gallery
What is Climate Change?
How is Today's Warming Different from the Past?
Global Warming from 1880 to 2019
Global Temperature Variation
Nope, Earth Isn't Cooling
New Studies Increase Confidence in NASA's Measure of Earth's Temperature
Earth's Climate History: Implications for Tomorrow
Graphic: Earth's Temperature Record
|Originating Source||Jet Propulsion Laboratory|
[Suggest a book]
What Is Climate Change? by Gail Herman
The Magic School Bus and the Climate Challenge by Joanna Cole
Winston of Churchill : one bear's battle against global warming by Jean Davies Okimoto
The tantrum that saved the world by Megan Herbert and Michael E Mann
The lonely polar bear by Khoa Lê
Analyzing climate change : asking questions, evaluating evidence, and designing solutions by Philip Steele
It's Getting Hot in Here: The Past, Present, and Future of Climate Change by Bridget Heos
Exodus by Julie Bertagna
Sharing Nature with Children by Joseph Cornell
Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv