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Precipitation: how it forms and types of rainfall *Differentiated*

Complete this second: Learning Objective: Explain how rain (precipitation) forms Estimated time: 30-45 minutes 1. <-- watch the video 2. Click choose which difficulty level you wish to complete: ONLY COMPLETE ONE PAGE ⭐️ - Fill in the blanks: the words and first letter of each word are provided for you. ⭐️⭐️ - Fill in the blanks: the words and number of letters in each word are provided for you. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ - Fill in the blanks: the words are provided for you. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ - Explain how rain is formed in your own words using the tool. Try to use all the keywords provided. 3. Delete the pages with the difficulty levels you don't use. 4. Use page 5 (the draw the pictures page) to mark the work you have already completed in purple . 5. Draw pictures to show each of the 4 steps needed to make rain. You can do this on paper, :camera: and or use the and tools. 6. On the last page, drag and drop the words to match the correct pictures. 7. Check your work and

5th Grade, Science, Home Learning
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Designed for use with KS2 pupils in the UK studying the water cycle during Covid-19 lockdown. This activity focuses on precipitation. Previous lessons were on evaporation and condensation. This activity uses pages from the lovely pop-up book 'How the Weather Works'. (Templar publishing)