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Clouds (Grade 5)

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Cirrus clouds bring fair weather.
  1. True
  2. False
Cumulonimbus clouds can produce thunderstorms.
  1. True
  2. False
Clouds are composed of small water droplets and/or ice crystals.
  1. True
  2. False
Stratus clouds are white, puffy clouds that look like pieces of floating cotton.
  1. True
  2. False
Which cloud looks like a sheet across the sky?
  1. cirrus cloud
  2. cumulus cloud
  3. stratus cloud
  4. cumulonimbus cloud
Clouds are made of billions of
  1. elements
  2. types of gases
  3. tiny water droplets
Which clouds are thin and wispy?
  1. cumulonimbus clouds
  2. cumulus clouds
  3. cirrus clouds
  4. stratus clouds
Which type of the following clouds are high feathery clouds made of ice crystals?
  1. cirrus
  2. nimbus
  3. cumulus
  4. stratus
Which type of weather is usually indicated by cumulus clouds?
  1. snowy
  2. fair
  3. stormy
  4. unstable
Which statement below describes why different clouds are formed?
  1. the way water condenses from a gas to a liquid produces different clouds
  2. the way water changes from a liquid to a gas produces a different type of cloud
  3. different weather conditions produce different clouds
  4. wind blowing from different directions produces different clouds
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