This is the 4th day of the Weather Unit and it focuses on explaining what cold fronts and warm fronts are and their movements using students' science journals. This lesson's total run time is about 45 min.-1 hr. Weather Unit: Cold Fronts and Warm Fronts - Day 44th Grade ScienceTEKS 4.8AThis lesson i
Studying weather? This activity provides a fun and meaningful way for students to compare cold fronts and warm fronts. Students will cut out examples, then glue them in the correct column. Have fun teaching!
Answer key included.
This is a fun hands on activity for students to use in their interactive notebooks. Students may research or show what they have learned by writing different facts on the provided blank lines about each type of weather front. A completed booklet with answers is included.
This Mitosis Booklet conta
This worksheet is an extreme weather case study that gets students to investigate a cold front that impacted the eastern seaboard of Australia on 9th June 2021 causing an immense amount of property damage, widespread snowfall/rain and flooding in the hinterland. Students are take to the Australi
One page of notes - good for power point or smart board. Reviews Cold, warm and occluded front. Students fill in the blank. I could not fit an answer key in due to limitation of file sized so here are the Answers:
cold, warm Pushed-up, Dew Point, Condensation, precipitation, brief, war, cooler, coo
84-source document packet on the domestic Cold War. Packet is designed to be used with multiple possible DBQs. Numerous primary and secondary source documents are included (charts graphs, photographs, political cartoons, quotations, drawings, and government documents).
science doodle notes When students color or doodle in class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:- new learning- relaxation (less anxiety)- visual connections- better memory & retention of the content!Student
This Picture This! Activity includes vocabulary of Weather Patterns: Warm Front, Cold Front, Stationary Front, Occluded Front, High Pressure System, Low Pressure System.This ART activity is a unique way for students to demonstrate understanding of vocabulary words within a particular topic. Prior t
In sixth grade science students need to know about cold and warm fronts. They need to differentiate them by their descriptions, weather, movement, and symbols. I have included both weather during and afterwards as well as the length of time and speed of the fronts. There is a key as well as a pic
DIGITAL + PRINTABLE | Teach your students about one type of weather with this set of adapted, leveled readers all about cold fronts.What is included with each book title?• Level 1 - 14 page book with 2 comprehension questions (18 total Velcro answer pieces)• Level 2 - 14 page book with 4 comprehensi
Have students take notes and learn the differences among warm fronts, cold fronts, and stationary fronts. Teacher Tips Included! Be sure to check out some of my other Doodle & Learn Notes! Jet Stream and Ocean Current Doodle & Learn NotesRock Cycle Doodle & Learn Note (Free Quiz Included
Key Concepts: fronts, air mass, condensation, water cycle, weather, rain, precipitation, storms
This comic delivers a lesson about the relation between the condensation on a pop can to the occurrence of rain when a cold front comes through. This is a great illustration of condensation!
Song was used while teaching the GA standard:
S4E4. Students will analyze weather charts/maps and collect weather data to predict weather events and infer patterns and seasonal changes.
b. Using a weather map, identify the fronts, temperature, and precipitation and use the
information to interpr
74-source document packet on living in the United States during the Cold War. Packet is designed to be used with multiple possible DBQs. Numerous primary and secondary source documents are included (charts graphs, photographs, political cartoons, quotations, drawings, and government documents).
These are two Smartboard vortex sorts to use for reviewing high and low pressure systems and warm and cold fronts. Students will sort characteristics of each using the vortex. The sort is self checking as the characteristics are either taken into the sort if correct or bounced out if incorrect.
Why do we get clouds? What special cloud forms differently than others? Why do we care when a cold front comes through? For grades 3-5; 3 color graphics, includes a suggested homework assignment, 10-question quiz and answer key.