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Rubric for Severe Weather Safety Booklet

Assignment for Creating a Pictionary

Title:                  Fronts, Severe Weather

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Severe Weather Safety

1. Draw and color a cold front, tell what kind of weather it brings.

2. Draw and color a warm front, tell what kind of weather it brings.

3. Draw and color an occluded front, tell what kind of weather it brings.

4. Draw and color a stationary front, tell what kind of weather it brings.

5. Draw a thunderstorm, describe how lightning and thunder are formed.

6. Draw a tornado, describe what it is, where it is formed. _____% of tornadoes in the world occur in the ______. A tornado begins when__________________________. As long as the cloud hangs in the air it is just a ________.

7. Draw a hurricane. It is the most _______ _____ on Earth.

Wind speeds have to be at least _________. In the Pacific Ocean, they are called______________. In the Indian Ocean, they are called _____________. A hurricane forms where? _________feeds a hurricane. The greatest damage a hurricane inflicts comes from the _____ ______. Massive ________ causes tremendous property.

Severe Weather Safety Procedures on Page 501-502

(Tell how to stay safe in these storms)

1. Thunderstorm Safety

2. Tornado Safety

3. Flood Safety

4. Hurricane Safety

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