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  1. The Wonderful World of Weather!

  2. TEACHER TIPS Tips Click for Activity When you arrive on a title page, look for a picture to click on that will take you right to the activity. This icon will always take you to the previous slide in your activity. This icon will always take you to see the objectives and standards being met.

  3. TEACHER TIPS ACTIVITY You will need to click the mouse to show answers for activities. This will allow you to control the timing of answers shown. We suggest that students keep a journal. It is critical for students to use writing skills to explain their answers. Please take time to discuss possible solutions to problems.

  4. These lessons are designed to reinforce the State Science Standards. Pressure Heat causes materials to increase in temperature and feel warmer, or change state. (III C2)k-4 The atmosphere has physical properties that are measurable and predictable.(VI A4)

  5. These activities will address the following Hazelwood Objectives for fifth grade: Weather-Pressure Identify the properties of air State or demonstrate that air presses in all directions State that air moves from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure

  6. Tips Can you take the pressure? The AIR PRESSURE that is!

  7. Where would each of these places fit on a Venn Diagram featuring high and low pressure? Scuba diving the Great Barrier Reef Titanic Wreck *Sea Level Mount Everest Death Valley, CA Eye of a tornado High pressure Low pressure

  8. Titanic Wreck Mount Everest *Sea Level Scuba diving the Great Barrier Reef Eye of a tornado Death Valley, CA High pressure Low pressure