Science Week 4/12 - 4/16

All documents can be found on the daily assignment in Teams unless otherwise posted.

Monday 4/5

I can explain the natural process of cloud formations. I can observe the weather in a natural phenomenon.

  1. Read the “The Whys of Weather – Clouds” passage
  2. Answer the comprehension questions for “The Whys of Weather – Clouds”
  3. Complete Lesson Mystery Science lesson Summer Ice Storm
  4. Create a see-think-wonder chart (see video for example and discussion)

Tuesday 4/6

I can observe and explain the natural process of cloud formations.

  1. Warm-up: Write 2 take-aways about clouds and water particles from yesterday’s lesson." (Complete in writing notebook)
  2. Participate in Mystery Science lesson Where Do Clouds Come From? Exploration
  3. Complete Hands-On Activity (experiment) (Where Do Clouds Come From? )(If you are at home, you can use a clear glass and a plate on top as the lid).
  4. Answer questions on Gas Trap Experiment Sheet
  5. Exit ticket: How does the model in the experiment help you understand how clouds are formed? Describe how clouds are formed?

Wednesday 4/7

I can make predictions about the weather based on the clouds and wind.

  1. Play Mystery Science Exploration video and take guided notes in Storm Spotter’s Guide.
  2. Complete Mystery Science Activity . Use the Storm Guide Book to answer the questions on the Will It Storm Worksheet.

Thursday 4/8

I can collect weather data to determine the origin of the Summer Ice Storm phenomenon.

  1. Mystery Science: Where do clouds come from? Anchor Connection Answer corresponding questions in the Summer Ice Storm Clue Book
  2. Mystery Science Stormy Skies- Anchor Connection Answer corresponding questions in the Summer Ice Storm Clue Book
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