Clouds<br />Objectives:<br />Students will be able to correctly identify cirrus, cumulous, and stratus clouds.<br />Studen...
What they look like: <br />  High, thin, <br />  feather-like clouds.  <br />Seen on: Fair weather day.  <br />These cloud...
What they look like: <br />   White, puffy clouds. <br />   They are vertical<br />   clouds that continue to<br />   grow...
What they look like<br />They are low, flat-looking<br />gray clouds that cover <br /> the entire sky like a <br /> blanke...
Can you label the clouds in the picture?<br />Cirrus<br />Cumulous<br />Stratus<br />
Cirrus<br />Cumulous<br />Stratus<br />
Can you describe each type?<br />Cirrus Clouds:___________________________<br />  _______________________________________<...
Answers:<br />Cirrus Clouds:___________________________<br />  _______________________________________<br />Cumulous Cloud...
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  1. 1. Clouds<br />Objectives:<br />Students will be able to correctly identify cirrus, cumulous, and stratus clouds.<br />Students will be able to describe cirrus, cumulous, and stratus clouds.<br />
  2. 2. What they look like: <br /> High, thin, <br /> feather-like clouds. <br />Seen on: Fair weather day. <br />These clouds are the highest of all the clouds, at 18,000 feet or higher.<br />Cirrus Clouds<br />
  3. 3. What they look like: <br /> White, puffy clouds. <br /> They are vertical<br /> clouds that continue to<br /> grow upwards instead<br /> of horizontally. <br />Seen on: Fair weather days.<br />When many of these cumulus clouds accumulate, they may form into one massive cumulonimbus cloud which can produce strong thunderstorms and even tornadoes<br />Cumulous Clouds<br />
  4. 4. What they look like<br />They are low, flat-looking<br />gray clouds that cover <br /> the entire sky like a <br /> blanket. (no definite shape)<br />Seen on: These clouds could signal approaching storms, but sometimes serve as a blanket in the sky producing a constant drizzle. <br />Stratus Clouds<br />
  5. 5. Can you label the clouds in the picture?<br />Cirrus<br />Cumulous<br />Stratus<br />
  6. 6. Cirrus<br />Cumulous<br />Stratus<br />
  7. 7. Can you describe each type?<br />Cirrus Clouds:___________________________<br /> _______________________________________<br />Cumulous Clouds:________________________<br />________________________________________<br />Stratus Clouds:__________________________<br />________________________________________<br />
  8. 8. Answers:<br />Cirrus Clouds:___________________________<br /> _______________________________________<br />Cumulous Clouds:________________________<br />________________________________________<br />Stratus Clouds:__________________________<br />________________________________________<br />High, thin, feather-like clouds<br />White, puffy clouds<br />Low, flat looking, gray clouds<br />
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