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IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Introduction Hello friends! Look outside. What’s the weather like today? Is it sunny, cloudy, cold, or rainy? Some people predict weather as their job! Click on ‘task’ to find out what to do next.
Task While working with Weatherman Wally, you will see what a real weatherman looks like! He’s going to teach you some important terms. Pay close attention! There might be questions. IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion
Process IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion To get started, Weatherman Wally thinks you should hear what a real weatherman sounds like. Watch the video below! After you’ve watched the video, click next. Next
Process IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion In the video, Weatherman Wally said a few words that are very important when it comes to weather. Click on the words to learn more! When you are finished, click on “questions”. Clouds Temperature Rain Sleet Thunder Sunshine Snow Questions!
Clouds IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Clouds are large collections of tiny droplets of water or ice crystals. Because the droplets are so small and light, they are able to float in air. Back
IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Temperature is a degree of hotness or coldness that can be measured using a thermometer. Temperature Back
Rain IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Back When clouds get big enough and have enough water, the water droplets in the cloud bang together to form even bigger rain drops. When the drops get heavy, they fall. The drops falling is what we know as rain.
IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Back Sleet Sleet is caused by rain becoming frozen as it falls.
IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Snow Back Frozen precipitation (water) in the form of ice crystals that fall in soft, white flakes.
IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Sunshine Back Light given off from the sun.
IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Thunder Thunder is caused by lightening. When lightening travels from the cloud to the ground, it opens up a little hole in the air called a channel. As the hole closes, it creates a sound that we know as thunder. Back
Why can clouds float? IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion A) Clouds can’t float. B) The droplets are so small and light. C) They are big and fluffy.
IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Clouds can float because the water droplets that form clouds are so small and light. Next question!
__________ is a degree of hotness or coldness that is measured using a thermometer. IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion A) Temperature B) Fahrenheit C) Celsius
Temperature is a degree of hotness or coldness that is measured using a thermometer. IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Next question!
What causes raindrops to fall? IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion A) Mother Nature crying. B) The group together in the cloud and become too heavy. C) The sky is falling.
Rains drops fall because the little rain drops that group together in the cloud get too heavy. IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Next question!
Frozen rain is also known as _______? IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion A) Sleet B) Frost C) Slush
Frozen rain is also known as sleet. IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Next question!
What is snow? IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion A) Cold and fluffy. B) Fun to play in. C) Frozen water in the form of ice crystals that call in soft, white flakes.
Snow is frozen water in the form of ice crystals that fall in soft, white flakes. IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Next question!
What causes thunder? IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion A) Clouds bumping B) Lightening C) Mother Nature is angry
Lightening causes the sound of thunder. IntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion Go to the evaluation next.