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Seasons And Weather - Weather Diary
Is today a cloudy or a sunny day? You could write down the weather in a weather diary.

Seasons And Weather - Weather Diary

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 using data from a weather diary to answer questions about seasons and the weather.

This quiz is based on data from a weather diary. Jake has kept his weather diary for a whole year and seen how the seasons differ. Can you help Jake answer questions about his weather diary? What has Jake learned? Can you look at the data and help Jake decide what he has learned? What was the weather like in the different seasons of the year?

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1.
Jake recorded the number of sunny days. Here are his results:

May - 12 days
June - 21 days
July - 19 days
August - 9 days

Which was the sunniest month?
May
June
July
August
Which was the least sunny month?
2.
Which one of these did Jake NOT record in his weather diary?
Temperature
Sunshine
Rainfall
Price
What else would you record in a weather diary?
3.
Jake recorded 11 foggy days in November. What has Jake found out?
November was not foggy at all
There was a lot of fog in November
There was a little bit of fog in November
It was foggy all month in November
11 days is a lot of fog!
4.
Jake recorded the temperature every day. Here are four days in July:

Thursday 21oC
Friday 23oC
Saturday 25oC
Sunday 24oC

Which was the hottest day?
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Which was the coolest of the four days?
5.
Jake recorded snow on three days last year. Jake decided that:
Last year was not very snowy
There was no snow at all last year
Last year was very snowy
There was lots of snow last year
Some winters there is no snow at all
6.
Jake wrote down that the longest day was on the 21st of June. This meant that:
The Sun rose very early and set very late
The Sun rose very late and set very early
The Sun did not rise until 8 o’clock in the morning
The Sun set as early as 4 o’clock in the afternoon
The nights are very short in June
7.
The wind in March blew from the south-west. What did Jake use to tell which way the wind was blowing?
Thermometer
Chart
Weather vane
Table
The wind often blows from the south-west
8.
Jake recorded the temperature every day. Jake used a thermometer. He wrote down the temperatures in oC. What does oC mean?
Number of cold days
Degrees of coldness
Degrees centigrade
Number of wet days
What is the temperature today?
9.
Jake recorded cloudy days in his weather diary. In January there were 20 cloudy days. There are 31 days in January. How many days in January were sunny?
None
1
11
12
How do you work it out?
10.
Jake measured the rainfall. It rained on 17 days in April. There are 30 days in April. How many days in April were dry?
13
15
17
30
How do you work it out?
Author:  David Bland

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