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2 Weather and Water Cycle Vocabulary and Concept Review GET STARTED

3 Water Cycle Water Cycle Do you know all of the parts of the water cycle? Name each step in order from 1-4. Click your mouse to check your answers. condensation evaporation run-off precipitation 1 2 3 4

4 Layers of the Atmosphere Layers of the Atmosphere Click on each layer of the atmosphere to see which layer it is. 1 2 3 4 Next Question

5 Back to Layers of the Atmosphere diagram

6 Back to the question…

7 Thermosphere Which of the statements below is a fact about the thermosphere? It is the coldest layer of the atmosphere. It is the hottest layer of the atmosphere. It is where most of the weather happens. It is where airplanes usually fly.

8 Mesosphere Which of the statements below is a fact about the mesosphere? It is the coldest layer of the atmosphere. It is the hottest layer of the atmosphere. It is where most of the weather happens. It is where airplanes usually fly.

9 Stratosphere Which of the statements below is a fact about the stratosphere? It is the coldest layer of the atmosphere. It is the hottest layer of the atmosphere. It is where most of the weather happens. It is where airplanes usually fly.

10 Troposphere Which of the statements below is a fact about the troposphere? It is the coldest layer of the atmosphere. It is the hottest layer of the atmosphere. It is where most of the weather happens. It is where airplanes usually fly.

11 Click on the place on the map that probably has the highest moisture content (more humidity).

12 Back to the question…

13 Next Question…

14 Name the type of cloud. Then match it with the type of weather you will probably see with this type of cloud. cumulus TYPE of CLOUDWEATHER cirrus cumulonimbus stratus heavy rain and storms steady rain cool, fair clear, warm Next Question

15 Back to the Cloud

16 Name the type of cloud. Then match it with the type of weather you will probably see with this type of cloud. cumulus TYPE of CLOUDWEATHER cirrus cumulonimbus stratus heavy rain and storms steady rain cool, fair clear, warm Next Question

17 Back to the Cloud

18 Name the type of cloud. Then match it with the type of weather you will probably see with this type of cloud. cumulus TYPE of CLOUDWEATHER cirrus cumulonimbus stratus heavy rain and storms steady rain cool, fair clear, warm Next Question

19 Back to the Cloud

20 Name the type of cloud. Then match it with the type of weather you will probably see with this type of cloud. cumulus TYPE of CLOUDWEATHER cirrus cumulonimbus stratus heavy rain and storms steady rain cool, fair clear, warm Next Question

21 Back to the Cloud

22 Which unit would you use to measure how much snow we got this winter? degrees centimeters grams Next Question

23 Which unit would you use to measure yesterdays temperature? degrees centimeters grams Next Question

24 Which unit would you use to measure how much rain Chicago got last week? degrees centimeters grams Next Question

25 Back to the question…

26 Back to the Question

27 Click on the place on the globe where a warm air mass is most likely to form. A B Next Question

28 Back to the question…

29 Back to the Question

30 Click on the place on the globe where a cold air mass is most likely to form. A B Next Question

31 Which vocabulary term best describes how Earths atmosphere traps thermal energy from the sun to warm the air? air mass front greenhouse effect air pressure humidity Next Question

32 Which vocabulary term best describes the border where two air masses meet? air mass front greenhouse effect air pressure humidity Next Question

33 Which vocabulary term refers to the amount of moisture (or water vapor) in the air? air mass front greenhouse effect air pressure humidity Next Question

34 Use what you know about weather fronts to put in order what happens when a warm air mass catches up to a cold air mass. Warm air cools and forms clouds. Warm air mass collides with cold air mass. Warm air moves forward and up over the cold mass. Rain or other precipitation falls. 24 31

35 What happens to air pressure as you go higher up in the atmosphere? Air pressure increases. Air pressure decreases. START OVER START OVER


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