SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – With you and your kids staying home, here is an experiment that you can do to pass the time and learn about tornadoes.
Remember to have a parent help you with this experiment.
Here are the materials to create a tornado in a jar:
A mason jar
Glitter, if you have it
Here’s what to do:
Fill the jar with water almost to the top
Add a little bit of dish soap
Add a dash of glitter if you would like
Close the jar and make sure the lid is on super tight
Spin it fast and watch the tornado form!
This is also a good time to remember tornado safety:
Have a plan of action ready if a tornado warning is issued
Your tornado safe place should be on the lowest level of the building that you are in and in the most inner room
Never go outside during a tornado warning
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A big thank you to our sponsor this week, APO.
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