Teacher's Weather Sourcebook
Brimming with basic factual material on every topic associated with weather patterns, it combines information with inspiring activity ideas and helpful teacher tips. Thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, and droughts are just some of the topics covered. The author also includes information about such current issues as global warming, air pollution, and acid rain. Along with factual material, the author shares a multitude of ways to help students learn the scientific principles and processes related to weather. Thorough, balanced, and comprehensive, this sourcebook serves equally well as a ready-reference and a classroom planning tool. Whether you are looking for science project ideas, searching for a weather video, or just wanting to know the temperature record for Miami, this book is for you. Grades 4-8.
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Page 13 - ... simplicity or complexity of thought. A sentence may be long and involved, having both the subject and the predicate modified by words and phrases ; yet it is simple as long as it contains but one subject and one predicate. Exercise. •The following are simple sentences ; analyze or diagram each : 1. The sun and moon rise in the east and set in the west, sun 2.