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Seasons And Weather - Types Of Weather
There are lots of types of weather - sunshine, clouds, rain and lightning for example.

Seasons And Weather - Types Of Weather

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Science for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with the seasons and different types of weather.

The weather is different from one season to another. It also changes very quickly from one type to another - wind and rain one day, sunshine and showers the next day. In science at school you have studied the weather. This quiz is all about different types of weather we get in the different seasons - from snow and ice in winter to hot, sunny summer days. See just how well you can do.

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1.
Mr Smith is walking home from the railway station. He can hardly see where he is going. This is because there is a thick ___.
Rain
Breeze
Sleet
Fog
Have you ever been in a thick fog? What was it like?
2.
This is not thick enough to be a fog. It is a ____.
Shower
Mist
Breeze
Cloud
You can see mists in the countryside
3.
What do we call light rain?
Hail
Mist
Drizzle
Sleet
Cheer up! The sun often shines!
4.
Sometimes the snow is very soft and slushy. It is called _____.
Hail
Mist
Fog
Sleet
Sleet is wet and cold
5.
When it is very cold, rain falls as ____.
Mist
Snow
Grass
Petals
Can you remember when it snowed?
6.
Breeze, gale and storm are all types of ____.
Cloud
Wind
Rain
Snow
How windy is it today?
7.
Rain falls from the sky. But where does rain really come from?
The Sun
The Moon
The stars
The clouds
Dark clouds bring rain
8.
What will you hear next?
Music
Drums
Thunder
Sirens
What does thunder sound like?
9.
It does not rain all the time. What do we call rain that does not last very long?
A mist
A fog
A rainbow
A shower
There are often showers in April
10.
Sometimes rain falls as round balls of ice. These are called __________.
Icicles
Snow flakes
Hailstones
Ice cubes
Hailstones can be really big
Author:  David Bland

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