Lessons for Thunderstorms

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  • Thunderstorms: A Recipe - The Introduction - … used when explaining thunderstorms. For example, thunderstorms are compared to pies, and a severe thunderstorm is referred to as a "thunderstorm a la mode … main stages of a thunderstorm, and what makes a severe thunderstorm different from a normal thunderstorm. Finally, the lesson explains thunderstorm watches and warnings, and safety rules for a thunderstorm. There are …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Ben Franklin s Inventions - … to use this website (http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-thunderstorms.htm ) to research thunderstorms. This is the final website (http://bensguide.gpo … , students will complete their thunderstorm organizer at this time adding between 3-4 things they learned about thunderstorms and lightening through their research: a. http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-thunderstorms.htm (Gardner: Visual-Spatial …
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  • Weather through the Seasons - … just made our own thunderstorm. Ask: What did our thunderstorm have in it? ( big rain, thunder, etc.) 10. Say: Thunderstorms make a lot … 1. Students demonstrate understanding of thunderstorms properties and safety by illustrating for the class handbook on Thunderstorm safety. Fill out the students … W____ *What happens during a thunderstorm? (Hail, rain, lightening, thunder) *Name one safety tip during a thunderstorm. Kindergarten, Weather through the Seasons …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Wild, Wild Weather: Severe Storms - … log off. 6. Weather Smart: Thunderstorms demonstrates the spectacular show made by lightning and thunder in thunderstorms. Log on to your account … . Log into the Web site and select Keyword: Thunderstorms. Click on "Weather Smart: Thunderstorms." Select the "a" in front of the clip … ? ( pieces of ice that fall from high thunderstorm clouds ) Step 11 : PLAY the clip "Severe Thunderstorms" (3:17). Instructions: Locate the video …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Is It Raining Meatballs? - … from United Streaming and organize information to help better understand thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes and the destruction caused by these storms … weather patterns associated with a thunderstorm, tornado, and hurricane. Identify the destruction left behind after a thunderstorm, tornado, and hurricane. This lesson … Chewandswallow. (major storms are hurricanes, violent storms also could be thunderstorms although the book doesn't specifically say so, and tornadoes …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Thunderstorm Outflow I - … Glossary References Graphics Thunderstorm Outflow I Although all thunderstorms are different, there are certain features that are characteristic of all thunderstorms. The downdraft … ground. The leading edge of this thunderstorm outflow is called a gust front. The thunderstorm outflow can be measured by surface weather … radar reflectivity that depicts a thunderstorm and its outflow, the student will be able to locate the thunderstorm's outflow. Given animations …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Weather and the Atmosphere - … .) What produces a thunderstorm? + Thunderstorms often occur in very warm and very humid air. Convection gets very powerful, forming a "thunderstorm cell", an … a thunderstorm approaches, you suddenly note a sudden wind. Any guess what causes it? + Probably air sucked into the thunderstorm. Note: Often thunderstorms appear in a group, in what is known as squall line. The thunderstorms and the larger …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Naturally Disastrous - … . Lightning from a thunderstorm. click for copyright A thunderstorm is a severe storm characterized by thunder and lightning. Thunderstorms are often accompanied by heavy rain, hail or (rarely) snow. The term thunderstorm comes from the thunder … -shaped windstorms. Tornadoes usually start as vigorous thunderstorms that form supercells. A supercell is a thunderstorm with a rotating core. This rotation …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Understanding Canadian Weather Extremes - … 14 entitled ?Anatomy of a Thunderstorm? and answer the following questions: a) Explain the initial process of thunderstorm creation. ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ b) How does atmospheric instability assist in the process of thunderstorm creation …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Understanding Canadian Weather Extremes - … a Thunderstorm and Terrifying Twisters) 1. Go to the section in your atlas on page 14 entitled "Anatomy of a Thunderstorm" and answer the following questions: a) Explain the initial process of thunderstorm creation. b) How does atmospheric instability assist in the process of thunderstorm creation? c) When the …
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