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Eyewitness Workbook Weather is an activity-packed exploration of the weather and how it affects our world. Below you will find fast facts, activities and quizzes.

Fast Facts

Read through these fast fact topics that are easy to digest, learn, and remember in order to prepare for learning activities below.

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Weather patterns
The atmosphere
The Sun
The water cycle
Extreme weather
Changing weather
Weather forecasting


These enjoyable activities are designed to develop information recall and help practice cross-referencing skills. Each activity can be completed using the information from the Fast Facts section.

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The world's climates
Light from the Sun
Ocean currents
A windy day
Warm and cold air
Water in the air
A cloudy sky
Stormy times
Thunder and lightning
Hail and snow

Fog and frost
Mountain weather
Land and sea breezes
Weathering and erosion
Past climates
Collecting weather data
Weather power
Pollution and weather
The environment

Quick Quizzes

Once all activity sections are complete, try these multiple-choice questions that test your newfound knowledge of the subject.

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Weather in the atmosphere
Sun and Earth
Air and ocean currents
Rain, hail, and snow
Climate and climate change
Weather forecasting

Featured Books

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Eyewitness Workbooks: Weather

This workbook is full of 48 full-color pages that is sure to reinforce weather concepts in a fun and interactive way!

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