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Kids Corner

Welcome to the Kid’s Corner! Find experiments you can do at home, learn about weather safety, and get answers to your questions from real-life scientists. 

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Sanctuary Sam asks a Scientist

Sam asked a scientist “Why Is Arctic Ice Melting?”
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Tsunami At Home
Tsunami is a Japanese word meaning harbor wave. Tsunamis can be created by earthquakes, underwater volcanoes,...
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Owlie Storms Ahead Book
Learn more about dangerous weather and follow the warnings in this book. They may keep...
Adventures of Owlie and Sanctuary Sam
Welcome to the Adventures of NOAA’s Owlie Skywarn and Sanctuary Sam! This book will highlight numerous...
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