Weather
Severe Weather
Light and Shadows
The Sun on Earth's Surface
Random
100

The perfect weather for going to the beach

Sunny

100

Lots of snow!

Blizzard

100

Shadows ____ as the sun _____

move, moves

100

True or False: The sun makes heat because it is so hot

True

100

Thunderstorm

200

Rainy

200

A long time without rain

drought

200

True or False: Shadows can happen indoors 

True

200

We learned from our experiment this week that water heats up slower than _____

sand

200

Things that melt in the sun

-Ice

-Popsicles

-Ice cream

300

When you want to fly a kite

Windy

300

Storm that starts in the ocean and moves to land. (has an eye)

Hurricane

300

What creates shadows

Light

300

We measure temperature with a _____

thermometer

300

Something you can use to protect from the sun's heat

-sunglasses

-hat

-sunscreen

-umbrella

-shade

400

You have to wear mittens, boots, and a hat

snow

400

One way to prepare for severe weather

-Watch Meteorologists to see if they predict severe weather

-go in the basement

-stay inside


400

True or False: There are shadows at night 

True

400

Objects can be protected from the sun's heat if they are placed in the _____

Shade

400

What is his job?

Meteorologist

500

partly cloudy

500

tornado

500

The closer an object is to the light, the ______ it's shadow is

bigger

500

Shade is...

A shadow that protects from the sun's heat

500
Meteorologists look for weather _______
Patterns
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