Rain gauges have been around since the time of the Ancient Greeks, who used them to determine land taxes based on the expected production of their crops. Nowadays, they’re mostly utilized by meterologists. However, students, teachers and gardeners can also find them most useful. Conduct a science experiment involving the weather, or keep track of how much rain your garden is getting. Makes a great addition to your personal weather station.
This simple plastic gauge is affordable and easy to use, recording rainfall up to 120mm (5in), with demarcations in both the Metric and American measurement systems. It also features two mounting holes so you can easily hang it on the wall of your house near your garden. Even if you don’t have any practical purposes for measuring rainfall, a rain gauge is a fun addition to your garden. Essential for elementary school science teachers. Pick one up today!
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