Download these weather scrambled sentences to help your students learn about weather while practicing sentence structure.
These free weather scrambled sentences are designed to provide intermediate students with a challenge.
Students can work to form meaning while learning new facts about weather.
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This activity in the classroom
I was amazed how my students fought over these sentences the first time I made them.
I teach sixth grade and had made a set as a practice activity for a specific group of students.
Quickly, I found that all of my students wanted a turn.
Since then, I have worked to create more challenging sentences that also teach a social studies or science topic.
Sometimes, I make the sentences so tough that it takes me a moment to figure out how the words fit together.
When creating your printed set, I suggest printing on colorful card stock. I print each page on a different color. This makes for easier sorting of the cards.
These weather scrambled sentences:
- Thunderstorms occur when warm and cold air masses collide, creating lightning and thunder.
- A tornado is a rapidly rotating column of air that extends from a thunderstorm.
- The greenhouse effect is causing Earth’s temperature to rise, resulting in climate change.
- Hurricanes are massive storms with strong winds, heavy rain, and storm surges.
- A drought is a prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall, leading to dry conditions.
- El Niño is a climate pattern that occurs in the Pacific Ocean, affecting global weather patterns.
- The jet stream is a high-altitude, fast-moving wind that influences weather patterns.
- The Coriolis effect is a force that causes wind and ocean currents to move in curved paths.
- Atmospheric pressure is the weight of the air pressing down on Earth’s surface, influencing weather.
- Weather satellites are used to gather information about Earth’s weather patterns from space.
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