Troop On-line Activity #21 - Clouds and Weather
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
A boy was riding in a car with his grandpa.
“Oh no,” the grandfather said. “I just made an illegal right turn.”
“That’s O.K., Grandpa. The cop behind us just did the same thing!”
Saying (to think about)
If you haven’t found something strange during the day it hasn’t been much of a day.
On a camping trip looking at clouds can be more then a way to pass the time. The type of clouds you see can often be a good predictor of the type of weather that might be coming. Always nice to know, especially if you do not have access to a weather forecast.Take a look at this guide to clouds and weather: https://scijinks.gov/clouds/ then try and answer the questions below.
1) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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2) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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3) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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4) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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5) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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6) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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7) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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8) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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9) Check the box next to the type of weather that you might expect based on the clouds in the picture.
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