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4th Grade 4 th Grade Weather Unit By Kelly Stedman
Cumulous Clouds white, puffy white, puffy looks like a fluffy cotton ball looks like a fluffy cotton ball predicts fair weather predicts fair weather
Cumulonimbus Clouds large, gray, dark large, gray, dark predicts thunderstorms predicts thunderstorms “thunder clouds” “thunder clouds”
Cirrus Clouds high in sky high in sky wispy, light wispy, light predicts fair weather, or a change in weather predicts fair weather, or a change in weather
Stratus Clouds low in sky, gray “blanket clouds” if it touches ground- we call it fog predicts precipitation (rain/snow)
Weather Instruments Anemometer Rain Gauge Wind Vane Barometer Thermometer
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Weather use appropriate tools to measure temperature and precipitation use appropriate tools to measure temperature and precipitation match cloud type.
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Predicting Weather by Clouds
Weather. What do we know about weather? How do people measure and predict the weather?
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