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  1.   Thunderstorms
Thunderstorms Grade Level: Grade 4 Objectives: The student will investigate the attraction between two different charges to understand the concept of lightning in a thunderstorm. Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 1 class period. Virginia SOLs: 4.6 - The student will investigate and understand how weather conditions and...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Fronts
...ld Front heavy rains could damage the crops.) Extensions: Discuss symbols used on a weather map for Cold Front and Warm Front. Use the weather map from Sunday's newspaper with fronts labeled. Discuss cloud types associated with each front. Fast rising clouds with a spreading top that usually brings thunderstorms and strong winds are called cumulonimbus clouds. Gray layered clouds that usually mean slow, steady rain or snow are called stratus clouds. Discuss Stationary Fronts. Lesson Plan submitted by Karen Hooker, Williamsburg James City County Public Schools, Williamsburg, VA, USA, for NASA's S'COOL Project
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Cloud Poems
...nd week will focus on the writing process. Second Week: Monday Review describing word list and what students learned last week from their cloud observation books. Tell students that they will be working on a poem. This poem has special rules. Go over the rules with them: # of lines = 5 Sample Poem: Thunderstorm Cloud line #1 = 2 words Darkening sky, line #2 = 4 words Grey clouds coming quickly, line #3 = 6 words One by one raindrops fall down, line #4 = 8 words Bright lightning jumps from cloud to cloud angrily, line #5 = 2 words Rumbling thunder. Remind students that when they work on this poem, they need to follow the...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   The Storm that Led to the Saguenay Flood
...e the Opportunity Students will explore the topic to discover information about the severity of the storm that led to the Saguenay Flood. They will then complete a Web search to define the meteorological terms listed below, then write a narrative description of the stages of development of a severe thunderstorm with a comma cloud. Hurricane Cyclone Severe thunderstorm Comma cloud Synoptic scale Cyclonic rotation Revisit and Reflect Have students share their narratives with the class. Together, students can compare their understanding of the development of a severe thunderstorm with the information available about the st...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Science lesson on Thunderstorms
Title - Science lesson on Thunderstorms By - Joanna Claire Rebone Subject - Science, Multidisciplinary Grade Level - 3rd Thunderstorms Focus: The students will participate in a thunderstorm simulation. Each child will follow the teacher in making the sounds of the thunderstorm. Teacher starts by rubbing hands together, then patting (not clapping) hand...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   Learning About Thunderstorms
Learning About Thunderstorms Learning About Thunderstorms Grade Level Middle School Subject Science Length of Time 1 hour Description In this lesson, students will write a summary about some aspect of thunderstorms. This may take more than one hour because the students need to do the research and then write their paper. Goals Students will...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   Log Cabin in a Thunderstorm
Log Cabin in a Thunderstorm Draw and write about stormy settings, incorporating details about weather safety and how storms occur. 1. Create a whole-class K-W-L chart (what you Know and Wonder) about electrical storms. Share ideas about how lightning and thunder occur. Pose questions about how meteorologists forecast stormy weather. Work to...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  8.   Thunderstorms: A Recipe - The Introduction
WeatherEye Thunderstorms: A Recipe is an interactive online lesson that teaches about thunderstorms and the many features of thunderstorms. It takes an entertaining and humorous approach to teaching students about thunderstorms by referring to them as a "dish" on a weather menu. rade Level This lesson is designed for grades 8 - 12. It i...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   Thunderstorms
Thunderstorms Grade Level: Grade 4 Image of child at desk. Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 1 class period Learning Outcomes: The student will investigate the attraction between two different charges to understand the concept of lightning in a thunderstorm. National Standards: Earth and Space Science - Standard D - Ite...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Thunderstorm Outflow I
For Teachers For Students Materials Data Home Lessons Glossary References Graphics Thunderstorm Outflow I Although all thunderstorms are different, there are certain features that are characteristic of all thunderstorms. The downdraft is one of those classic features. As the downdraft of rain and evaporated water strikes the ground, it spreads out horizontally, similar to water from a hose spreading out whe...
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    Grade Level: 6-12


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