Weather Wind Speed and Direction | Paper
Your students will learn about how wind moves, wind speed, wind direction, and how the wind is measured so they can take part in an imaginary evacuation activity where they need to use what they've learned to protect people from a disaster. It only takes minutes to prep these activities that will keep your students busy for days.
This engaging product includes:
- detailed lesson plans with tasks for direct teaching, guided practice, reading passages, drawing, independent practice, and extension activities.
- basic background information for teachers and students about wind speed and direction and how they are measured.
- student pages and templates.
- answer keys and suggested answers.
- photographs of student examples.
- a critical thinking task to practice what students have learned.
- a scoring guide for the critical thinking task.
- metric and customary measurements.
- Canadian/British and American spellings.
This product aligns with:
- the Alberta Program of Studies Grade 5 Weather Watch
This product supports:
- any upper elementary or middle school weather unit
Ninja Note: This file is a PDF and requires printing for students to use.
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