Numbers

1-36 The Climates of the United States

Return to Home Page

Lesson List


 

The United States has many types of climates.  A climate is the temperature, the precipitation, and the wind.  Precipitation is rain, sleet, hail, and snow.  The temperature is how hot or cold the air gets during the day and the night.  Some places in the United States have warm Summers and cold Winters.  Other places in the United States may have warm temperatures all year.  The climate is different in many places because of many things.  The ocean can affect the climate.  And the mountains can affect the climate.  People go to the beach in the Summer because the climate is usually cooler than inland.

 

1.  A climate is the temperature, the precipitation and the

  moon.

people.

mountains.

wind.

 

2.  Some places in the United States have warm weather

once a month.

all year.

only in the winter.

None of the above.

 

3.  The climate can be affected by the

ocean and the ground.

mountains and the ground.

oceans and the mountains.

All of the above.

 

4.  Precipitation is

rain.

sleet.

snow.

All of the above.

 

5.  The temperature is

how cold or hot the air gets during the day and night.

how wet the air is during the day and night.

how windy the air is during the day and night.

None of the above.

 

 

Elementary & Middle School Lessons & Self-Correcting Tests for Children in all Subject Areas.
If you have found an error or would like to make comments on this lesson, please email us at:
MySchoolhouse.online@gmail.com

Copyright 1999-2022 by Educational Designers, LLC.  All rights reserved.
Lessons & Tests in Math, Reading, Spelling, Science, Language, and Social Studies.

"This site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services and analyze traffic. Your IP address and user-agent are shared with Google along with performance and security metrics to ensure quality of service, generate usage statistics, and to detect and address abuse."
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
WORK SPACE