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Weather Lesson 2
Learners identify the elements that make up the earth's weather. Begin by having students pretend they are hiking along a mountain ridge. It's been sunny and warm all day, but you see a dark line of clouds moving from the west.
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cirrus clouds, cloud types, clouds, cumulonimbus clouds, cumulus clouds, stratus clouds, precipitation, temperature, wind
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