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Weather Wise by: Laura McKinney Diane West Randy Seldomridge
Table of Contents: nWnWater Cycle nTnThunderstorms nMnMudslides nHnHurricanes nTnTornadoes nBnBlizzards nAnAvalanches Web Resources
Water Cycle n Evaporation n Condensation n Precipitation n Accumulation
Thunderstorms n Dark Clouds n Lightning n Rain n Thunder
Mudslides n Down-pour of rain n Loose earth n Hills/Mountains
Hurricanes n High Winds n Ocean moisture n Thunder n Lightning n Rain
Tornadoes n Still, hot air n Funnel clouds n Hail n High winds
Blizzards n High winds n Snow n Drifts n Accumulation
Avalanches n Snow n Mountains n Sound
Web Resources n n n n n n n
Table of Contents The Water Cycle The Water Cycle The Water Cycle June 2005 Rainfall June 2005 Rainfall June 2005 Rainfall June 2005 Weather June.
The Sun and The Water Cycle Grades 3-5. Water Cycle Changes to water when it evaporates into the air, condenses into clouds, and then precipitates back.
The Water Cycle By: Mrs. Rios. What are clouds? - A cloud is a collection of tiny water drops or ice crystals in the air. - - Precipitation falls from.
How old is a glass of water? Let’s Look at The Three Parts of the Water Cycle: 1. Evaporation 2. Condensation 3. Precipitation.
Weather Jeopardy CloudsThe Water Cycle StormsVocabularyHodge Podge ,000 Final Jeopardy.
Laura Smidchens Cycles of Water Evaporation Condensation Precipitation Collection.
Earthquakes. Volcanoes Tsunamis Hurricanes Tornadoes.
In what season do daffodils and tulips grow? spring.
The Sun and The Water Cycle Grades 3-5. Star A ball of gas in space.
Weather Maps and Atmospheric Effects. Fronts Humidity.
Water Cycle and Weather Review Fourth Grade. What are the processes in the water cycle? Evaporation Condensation Precipitation Accumulation.
200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Water Cycle Clouds Weather Vocabulary.
Hurricanes, Thunderstorms, & Tornadoes S6E4 I can relate unequal heating of land and water surfaces to form tornados and thunderstorms. I can relate how.
Weather Science SOL: 2.6 Miss Ahrens Second Grade.
Welcome Back! 10/7/ Why is it important to understand how weather occurs? 2.What types of weather conditions did you observe over the weekend? 3.Describe.
The Water Cycle. True or False? Clouds are water. When water goes into the air it changes from liquid to gas. Water is in the air you breathe. About 2/3.
The Water Cycle Wind Condensation Precipitation Runoff Collection Review Evaporation.
Water Cycle Social Studies On-line Blueprint Skill Understand the rudimentary elements to the hydrologic cycle.
List 8-Water Cycle. Ocean The entire body of salt water that covers about 71% of Earth.
Understanding Weather By: Chastity Reynolds. Weather Weather is the condition of the atmosphere at a particular time and place. Water Cycle: Continuous.
The water cycle: is there a beginning? The water cycle: PRECIPITATION The process in which water (rain, sleet, snow or hail) falls from clouds in the.
Do Now 2/11/13 1. ________ is any form of condensed water vapor in the atmosphere falling back to Earth. 2. Name the global winds that blow from east to.
1. examples of severe weather. - thunderstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards 2. severe weather poses danger to… - people, structures, and animals.
SCIENCE. Evaporation, condensation, precipitation and _______ are the components of the water cycle.
Review 13: Weather. 1.Meteorologist – scientists who study the weather. What direction do most weather systems travel in the U.S.? Review 13: Weather.
The Water Cycle Write On Grade 3-4. Learner Expectation Content Standard: 8.0 Atmospheric Cycles The student will investigate the relationships among.
Weather. What is weather? The state of the atmosphere and air; heat or cold, wet or dry, calm or storm, wind, pressure, cloudiness or clearness, moisture,
-Thunderstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, typhoons, cyclones -Dangerous to people, structures, and animals.
The Water Cycle Water on earth moves in a continuous cycle.
The Water Cycle Ashleigh Reid. Content Area: Science Grade Level: 4 th Grade Summary: The purpose of this activity is to provide students with an opportunity.
The Water Cycle By: S. Gonzales. What would life on Earth be like without water? Why is water important? What role does water play? How does the United.
Hydrologic Cycle. Water Cycle The movement of water from the Earth’s surface into the air and back to the surface again
What’s the difference? Climate? Typical weather over a LOOOONG period of Weather? Over a short period of Wind Cloudiness Pressure Temperature Precipitation.
Earth’s Weather by Denise Carroll. The Water Cycle A water cycle is the way water moves from the air to land and back again.
Severe Weather Key Terms Thunderstorms Tornado Hurricane.
Weather study guide answer. Humidity Humidity is the amount of water vapor in air. The air cannot hold much more water when humidity is high so your.
Storms and the Movement of Air Textbook pages
The Weather (Part Two) Prepared by Claudia Doria and Terra Myers.
Warning Severe Storm Alert!!! Table of Contents Click the lightening bolt to find out about the different types of severe weather that we will be learning.
Severe Storms. Thunderstorms Occur in warm, moist air masses and along fronts. Sinking rain, cooled air, and strong updrafts of warm air cause strong.
Science Science Science Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Technology Technology Technology Language Arts Language Arts Language.
The Water Cycle. What process of the water cycle is being shown here? Condensation Evaporation.
Weather Patterns. Weather Changes Because of the movement of air and moisture in the atmosphere weather constantly changes.
Earths Weather by Denise Carroll. Changes in Weather Weather is what the air is like outside. Weather can be warm or cool. Weather can be sunny, windy,
Jeopardy Weather Predicting Weather Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Weather Water Cycle Land and.
DO NOW 1.Please check your Chapter 1 test for errors. If you have any questions or mistakes, please raise your hand. 2.If you have any last minute questions.
Mrs. Tweedie April 2006 Vocabulary The Water Cycle.
Extreme Weather Mrs. Collins’ Second Grade Class 2006.
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