World Climates Memory Game

World Climates Memory Game
World Climates Memory Game
World Climates Memory Game
World Climates Memory Game
World Climates Memory Game
World Climates Memory Game
World Climates Memory Game
World Climates Memory Game
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A fun way to practice matching terms and definitions. The game includes 14 terms*, rules, and an answer key. Just print and cut cards, put them in a bag or envelope, and play!

Consider sending home a set of cards for students to play as they learn these science terms.


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*climate: general conditions of temperature and the precipitation in an area
tropical zone: warm, wet climates near the equator that get direct sunlight year round
temperate zone: climates with hot summers and cold winters between the tropical and polar zones
polar zone: cold climates at the North and South poles that get only indirect sunlight
marine climate: affected by the ocean, this climate has mild winters and cool summers
continental climate: surrounded by land, this climate has cold winters and hot summers
temperature factors: latitude, altitude, distance from large bodies of water and ocean currents
precipitation factors: prevailing winds, seasonal winds, and mountains (shadow effect)
monsoons: winds that change direction with the seasons
rain shadow effect: windward side of the mountain is wetter than the leeward side
altitude: how high the land is, mountain tops are colder than the base
ocean currents: carry warm water from the equator to colder areas and cold water from the poles to warmer areas
prevailing winds: winds that blow in one direction
latitude: distance from the equators.
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