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Rain cloud science experiment

Make a rain cloud with this simple science experiment. This activity shows how rain moves through clouds and makes its way down to us.

My students love these interactive lessons while learning about different forms of energy. This teaching resource is also part of an Earth Science Interactive Notebook series!

Energy Interactive Notebook

Energy Unit for Interactive Science Notebook! This resource is part of the Earth Science (Entire) Curriculum. This product contains interactive cut and paste learning material for

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Ever wondered how are waves formed? A friction between air and water molecules, where energy from wind is transferred to the water to form a wave.

El Niño  What is El Niño? How does it form? What is the difference between El Niño and La Niña? Which one produces heavy rain for the Western U.S.? Understand the science behind El Niño with this Weather Underground infographic.

El Niño What is El Niño? How does it form? What is the difference between El Niño and La Niña? Which one produces heavy rain for the Western U. Understand the science behind El Niño with this Weather Underground infographic.

Do you know how tornadoes form?This science worksheet diagrams what is known about what causes tornadoes to form.

How Tornadoes Form

How Tornados Form worksheet allows the students to have a basic understanding of tornados. This form is also a good tool for studying.

How Clouds Form Worksheet-- could be helpful during the water cycle unit (with modifications)

How Clouds Form

Foldable about forms of severe weather for our 8th grade science Interactive Notebook

This was initially for grade, but easily doable for grade science and history combined. To understand the Dust Bowl better, the students can distinguish other severe weather types.

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