This worksheet corresponds with my PowerPoint on Weather Fronts. It describes four different types of fronts and what kind of weather develops from each: Cold fronts, warm front, stationary front, and occluded front. Students can fill out while viewing the PowerPoint. It also allows students the opportunity to draw a picture of each front after viewing. I have students color the cold air masses blue and the warm air masses red. They are also instructed to use arrows to indicate the movement of each air mass and draw possible cloud formations.