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Water Cycle
1. Which of the following processes within the water cycle is responsible for changing water from a liquid
to a gas?
A. Precipitation B. Condensation C. Evaporation D. Surface runoff
2. What is evaporation?
A. Water freezes.
B. Water vapor meets cold air and changes back into liquid.
C. Water gets warm and changes from liquid water to water vapor.
D. Plants take in water from the soil.
3. What is the correct term for moisture that falls to the ground from clouds?
A. condensation B. precipitation C. hibernation D. evaporation
4. When water vapor cools into a liquid, its called:
A. condensation B. transpiration C. sublimation D. precipitation
5. When water evaporates from plants, its called:
A. condensation B. transpiration C. sublimation D. precipitation
6. The water which falls to Earth after condensing into either rain or snow.
A. Condensation B. Sleet C. Deposition D. Precipitation
7. Draw the water cycle and label the process
8. Match the following (memorize later)

1. Evaporation - the process in which water vapor (a gas) in the air turns into
liquid water.
2. Condensation - the process in which liquid water becomes water vapor (a gas).
3. Surface Runoff - the process in which water (in the form of rain, snow, sleet, or
hail) falls from clouds in the sky
4. Transpiration - rain, snow melt, or other water that flows in surface streams,
rivers, or canals.
5. Precipitation - the process in which some water within plants evaporates into
the atmosphere.
Atmosphere Quiz
A. List down the layer of atmosphere


____________________1. This layer is 480 kilometers in altitude.

____________________2. This layer is where the ozone layer is located.

____________________3. Cloud, fog, rain, snow and storm occur in this layer.

____________________4. Considered as the coldest layer of all.

____________________5. This layer has ability to reflect low frequency radio waves.

____________________6. Aurora Borealis can be seen on this layer.

____________________7.This is where we live in, and also clouds is present here.

____________________8.Considered to be the hottest layer of the atmosphere.

6. The gas which comprises most of the atmosphere is:
a. Oxygen b. Carbon c. Nitrogen d. Helium

7. The top three gases in the atmosphere are

a. Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Carbon Dioxide
b. Nitrogen, Argon, and Oxygen
c. Oxygen, Neon, and Argon
d. Helium, Nitrogen, Carbon Dioxide

8. The ___________ is the outermost layer of Earth's atmosphere.

a. Troposphere b. Stratosphere c. Exosphere d. Thermosphere

9. The layer of the atmosphere where most of the world's weather occurs is:
a. Stratosphere b. Troposphere c. Hemisphere d. Thermosphere

10. The region of the atmosphere that reflects radio signals is the _______________.

a. Ozone b. Tropopause c. Stratosphere d. Ionosphere

11. Atmosphere is a mixture of ________ that surrounds the earth.

a. trees b. atoms c. mass d. gases
12. ________ is the layer in which we live.
a. Stratosphere b. Mesosphere c. Cumulus d. troposphere
Matching: (Draw a line from the description on the left to the correct vocabulary word on the right
that display a match together.)

______1. Clouds that forms in layers. A. Thermosphere

______2. The coldest layer in the atmosphere. B. Cirrus
______3. Clouds that produces thunderstorms. C. Fog
______4. Thin, feathery, high-altitude clouds. D. Runoff
______5. The top layer of the atmosphere. E. Mesosphere
______6. Water that flows across rivers. F. Stratosphere
______7. Clouds that causes continuous rain. G. Cumulonimbus
______8. The layer right above the troposphere. H. Stratus
______9. The bottom layer of the atmosphere I. Nimbostratus
______10. Puffy, white clouds with flat bottoms. J. Troposphere
______11. Clouds that forms near the ground. K. Cumulus

Rotation and Revolution

1. Which of the following is the best evidence to prove that Earth spins on its axis?
a. Changes in the position of sunspots on the Sun.
b. The apparent movement of the Sun throughout the day.
c. Changing constellations throughout the year.
d. Atmospheric density variations.
2. Earth moving around the Sun.
a. Rotation b. Revolution c. Neither
3. What is the standard definition of revolution, as it relates to Earth?
a. Earth's orbital path around the Sun. b. Earth spinning on its axis.
4. What is the standard definition of rotation, as it relates to Earth?
a. Earth's orbital path around the Sun. b. Earth spinning on its axis.
5. The Earths revolution causes day and night.
a. True b. False
True or False (Write true if the statement is correct and write false if the statement is not correct)
________1. In the morning, the temperature gradually increases (from low temperature to high
________2. In the evening, the temperature gradually decreases (from high temperature to low
________3. In the dessert, the sky is very clear and there is no.
________4. In humid regions, there are overcast daytime in the skies.
Vocabularies (MEMORIZE)
1. Air density is defined as the mass of the air per unit volume of the air.
2. Air pressure- the force of the atmosphere above a unit area at certain height from the Earths surface.

1. What are clouds made up of?

2. What are the three most common types of clouds?

3. What are the large clouds that sometimes look like huge puffs of cotton?

4. What type of clouds are thin, white, and feather like and found at very high altitude?

5. Which type of cloud usually covers the whole sky and brings gray color days?


Which kind of cloud

Altocumulus Cirrus Nimbostratus
Altostratus Cumulonimbus Stratocumulus
Cirrocumulus Cumulus Stratus

1. Is the highest in the sky? ___________________

2. Is lowest in the sky? ________________________
3. Is made up of ice crystals? ________________________
4. Means fair weather? ________________________
5. Means possible rain or snow? ________________________
6. Means rain? ________________________

Low level clouds High Level clouds

Mid-Level clouds

Types of Rain (Precipitation) Listen and write the meaning


Northeast Monsoon Southeast Monsoon

List down the answer on the table above:
It covers from the middle of May to the middle of October
It covers from the middle of October to the middle of February
It originates from Indian Ocean
It originates from China and Mongolia
It carries humid air (warm air)
It carries cold and dry air

What is tornado?
(Draw the tornado)

Tools for wind and air measurement (GIVE THE MEANING)