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A simple, fun resource to go along with your studies. These Weather Facts Copywork Cards are geared for lower grades but can be adapted for other grade levels as well, and almost any teaching style. Instructions included. 32 pages.


Print & cut the cards and your choice of copywork booklet. Place cards into an envelope, box, hat, or other container. The child/student can choose a fact, then copy it on the provided copywork booklet pages. If there are not enough lines, staple more pages together.

There are a total of two-hundred copywork fact cards. You do not have to print them all. One page will still provide plenty to choose from.

Included: 200 Fact Cards, copywork booklet pages with 3 different line sizes, 6 coloring pages, and envelope template to store fact cards.

Just a few of the "weather" facts included:

Lightning is 5 times hotter then the surface of the sun.

Depending on their strength, winds can be known as a breeze, gale, storm, or hurricane.

The tiny droplets of water that make up fog are so small that it would take seven thousand million of them to make a single tablespoonful of water.

The intense heat from lightning causes the surrounding air to rapidly expand and create a sonic wave that you hear as thunder.

Thousands of years ago philosophers such as Aristotle believed that thunder was caused by the collision of clouds.

When double rainbows form, the second, bigger rainbow, will have its colors in reverse.

In 360 BC, the Greek philosopher Aristotle wrote Meteorologica, the first book on meteorology.

Rain gauges are use to measure the amount of rain over a certain period of time.

Dust devils look like tornadoes, but are simply well formed whirlwinds of dust.

Lightning strikes usually last around 1 or 2 microseconds.

Short bursts of wind moving at high speeds are known as gusts.

You can use pine cones to forecast the weather: The scales will close when rain is on the way.

"Overcast" is when the sky is completely covered by clouds.

The study of lightning is known as fulminology.

The winter of 1932 in the US was so cold that Niagara falls froze completely solid.

The speed of a typical raindrop is 17 miles per hour.

The system used to mark the temperature in degrees (ºC) was named after a Swedish scientist, Anders Celsius. He invented it in 1742.

Fog is a stratus type of cloud that appears very close to the ground.

The majority of tornadoes occur in a geographically unique area nicknamed ‘Tornado Alley’.

A tsunami is an ocean wave that is formed by an underwater earthquake or landslide, or volcanic eruption.

...and many more!

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