Today’s weather is cloudy with freezing drizzle, winds out of the east at 25 knots. What does that look like on a weather map? Wind, air pressure, precipitation, cloud cover, etc. are represented by symbols at specific locations on weather maps. As students have fun playing this custom bingo game, they learn how to interpret the symbols on a weather map and improve their understanding of weather and the science of weather forecasting. Kit includes valuable teacher notes, reproducible student worksheets, symbol drawing cards, bingo cards and chips. Complete for 30 students working individually.
Materials Included in Kit: Bingo chips, transparent, green, ¾", 750 Weather map symbol bingo drawing cards, set/2 Weather map symbol bingo cards, set/30
Correlation to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)†
Science & Engineering Practices
Developing and using models Analyzing and interpreting data Using mathematics and computational thinking
Disciplinary Core Ideas
MS-ESS2.D: Weather and Climate HS-ESS2.D: Weather and Climate