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  • 2nd Grade Science Standards-Weather
    2.E.2A.1 Analyze and interpret data from observations and measurements to describe local weather conditions (including temperature, wind, and forms of precipitation).
  • 2nd Grade Science Standards-Weather
    2.E.2A.2 Analyze local weather data to predict daily and seasonal patterns over time.
  • 2nd Grade Science Standards-Weather
    2.E.2A.3 Develop and use models to describe and compare the effects of wind (moving air) on Objects
  • 2nd Grade Science Standards-Weather
    2.E.2A.4 Obtain and communicate information about severe weather conditions to explain why certain safety precautions are necessary.
  • BOOKS TO READ









Kite Diagram:
frame, reel, string, kite









Meterologists use weather maps to show local weather conditions.











thermometer








Beaufort's Scale is used to classify the speed of the wind.









A Severe Weather Reminder to keep you and your family safe.









Temperature Line Graph. Find at
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  • Write a picture caption that may appear in a nonfiction text.










  • Write a picture caption that may appear in a nonfiction text.









  • Write a picture caption that may appear in a nonfiction text.
wind sock










Let's make a wind vane. It shows the DIRECTION the wind is blowing.
meteorologist








Have you ever seen a dust storm? A strong wind gust blows loose sand and dirt from a dry surface.




Mrs. Robinson takes her dogs for a walk in the morning when it is not wet, snowy, or stormy. How many days in March did she walk her dogs?
  • Moving air can....
    1) lift things
    2) turn things
    3) move things
    4) hold things up