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A series of cross curricular lessons exploring measuring, collecting and analysing weather data in order to predict the weather
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Sensing the Weather

Sensing the weather cover image

This scheme of work introduces students to the sensors included with the Raspberry Pi Weather Station, a project which aims to get schoolchildren building and programming their own Weather Station to collect and present data. These resources introduce some simple sensors and get the students writing Python code to gather data from them.

Lessons

To find out more about the Weather Station project and how to get one, use the following links:

Licence

Unless otherwise specified, everything in this repository is covered by the following licence:

Creative Commons License

Sensing the Weather by the Raspberry Pi Foundation is licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.

Based on a work at https://github.com/raspberrypilearning/sensing-the-weather/

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