Students are given five different weather scenarios and they must determine the weather conditions that match with them. Under each weather condition, students are asked to cut and paste the following weather conditions under the correct categories: amount of humidity, air pressure (high or low), types of clouds, and type of front. This activity requires a lot of higher order thinking skills and allows the students to make connections between which weather conditions bring certain types of weather. I used this activity after looking at our own city's weather for several days and recording the pressure, humidity levels, clouds, fronts, temperature, etc. We talked about our predictions for the upcoming days based on these weather conditions. This activity can be an extension of this weather data recording and is a great group activity. It correlates well with the NC 5th grade Science standard 5.E.1. An answer key is included with detailed reasons why.