Worksheet: Climate Change

In this worksheet, we will practice on how to recognize the impact that humans have on climate change.


The table below describes the three main cloud types. Which cloud does not produce any rain?

Type of Cloud Altitude Appearance
Cirrus HighThin and feathery; rain does not fall from this type of cloud.
Cumulus MiddlePuffy with a flat base
Stratus LowFlat layers like a blanket; they appear as mist or fog.
  • ACumulus
  • BStratus
  • CCirrus


Which of these types of weather are associated with high pressure?

  • ADry clear weather
  • BWarm stormy weather
  • CCloudy wet weather
  • DWet windy weather


What does a hygrometer measure?

  • AHumidity
  • BTemperature
  • CRain fall
  • DWind speed


The symbol shown can be found on weather maps. What does it mean?

  • AHigh pressure
  • BLow pressure
  • CA cold front
  • DA warm front


Weather is the state of the atmosphere at a particular place and time.

What word is used to describe average weather conditions over a period of time?

  • AWeather
  • BClimate
  • CMicroclimate
  • DGlobal warming


The study of weather is known as.

  • Ameteorology
  • Bbiology
  • Castronomy
  • Dgastronomy


The ozone layer protects Earth from the Sun’s harmful rays.

In which layer of Earth’s atmosphere is the ozone layer found?

  • AMesosphere
  • BStratosphere
  • CThermosphere
  • DTroposphere


What does a thermometer measure?

  • ATemperature
  • BRainfall
  • CWind direction
  • DAir pressure


How does pollution affect the levels of oxygen plants produce in the ocean?

Pollution on sea-72 ppi
  • APollution reduces oxygen levels in the ocean.
  • BPollution does not affect the amount of oxygen in the ocean.
  • CPollution increases oxygen levels in the ocean.


Which type of renewable energy is shown in the photograph?

Wind turbines-72 ppi
  • AWater
  • BSun
  • CGas
  • DCoal
  • EWind


Carbon dioxide belongs to a group of gases that are harmful to the environment.

What name do scientists use to describe these gases?

Greenhouse effect
  • AToxic gases
  • BNatural gases
  • CMan-made gases
  • DFlammable gases
  • EGreenhouse gases


What is the environment?

  • AThe weather patterns where we live
  • BThe air in the atmosphere
  • CEverything around us that affects life on Earth
  • DThe temperature of the place where we live


What is causing damage to the rainforest in this photo?

Deforestation-72 ppi
  • ALitter
  • BHumans
  • CAnimals
  • DRainfall
  • ECar fumes


Humans can cause damage to the ocean environment in many ways. What is polluting the ocean in this photo?

Pollution on sea-72 ppi
  • AGases from cars and airplanes
  • BLitter left by humans
  • CSewage (toilet waste)
  • DPollution from factories


Approximately how much has Earth’s temperature increased by over the last 100 years?

Global Warming.
  • AFive degrees Celsius
  • BHalf a degree Celsius
  • CTen degrees Celsius
  • DA hundred degrees Celsius
  • EOne degree Celsius


About how much of the oxygen in the atmosphere is made from plants that live in the ocean?

Marine plant-72ppl
  • AAround one-third
  • BAll of it
  • CAround one-quarter
  • DAround one-half
  • EAround three-quarters


Greenhouse gases cause climate change. What do scientists mean when they talk about climate change?

Plants and climate change with the concept of global warming-72ppl
  • AA long-term change in the climate patterns globally or in an area
  • BA short-term change in the weather
  • CA short-term change in the climate patterns globally or in an area
  • DAn extreme weather event, such as a hurricane


Why do humans need oxygen?

Little girl closed her eyes and breathes the fresh air in the park-72ppl
  • AWe need oxygen to keep us warm.
  • BWe need oxygen to make food.
  • CWe need oxygen to live and breathe.
  • DWe need oxygen to protect us from predators.


Where does the oxygen we breathe come from?

  • AThe Sun
  • BAnimals
  • CPlants
  • DThe soil
  • EOuter space


Scientists believe that greenhouse gases cause global warming. What is global warming?

  • AA decrease in the overall temperature of Earth’s atmosphere
  • BAn increase in the overall temperature of Earth’s atmosphere

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