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Wildfires Have Already Toasted a Staggering Amount of Land in the US This Year

Fire sweeps across the forest floor during the Whitewater-Baldy Complex fire in New Mexico's Gila National Forest, in May of (Kari Greer/USFS) #

Need some support for your severe weather study?  This packet has journals, experiments, word wall vocabulary cards and severe weather mythbuster activities to support your teaching!Included in this packet:*word wall vocabulary cards for 20 severe weather words and a blank template for customization*severe weather journal with pages for 10 types of severe weather*severe weather safety journal with pages for 10 types of severe weather to support how-to writing*Recipe for a thunderstorm…

Severe Weather Mini Unit

Need some support for your severe weather study? This packet has journals, experiments, word wall vocabulary cards and severe weather mythbuster activities to

Severe weather can happen over land or water. With varying degrees of severity, it’s important to be aware! Knowing when to take cover and retreat to shelter can keep you safe during dangerous conditions. Sharpen your senses in this title for weather watchers. Blastoff! Level: 2 Reading Level: Grade 1 Interest Level: K- Grade 3 Word Count: 204 Pages: 24

Severe weather can happen over land or water. With varying degrees of severity, it’s important to be aware! Knowing when to take cover and retreat to shelter can keep you safe during dangerous conditions. Sharpen your senses in this title for weather watchers. Blastoff! Level: 2 Reading Level: Grade 1 Interest Level: K- Grade 3 Word Count: 204 Pages: 24

Be of a Force of Nature (in other words share the information you have with others): National Severe Weather Preparedness Week

National Severe Weather Preparedness Week is March Whether you’re still stuck in winter’s icy grip or thinking ahead to spring storms and tornado season, we want you to be prepared.

All About Severe Weather Informational Text Interactive Reader $

All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader

Severe weather reader is an interactive reader meant to teach your students all about the science topic of severe weather, help them prepare for intense

Weather Watch by Scholastic:  precise directions for easy weather instruments to make at home with an included illustration of what it should look like

Weather Watch by Scholastic: precise directions for easy weather instruments to make at home with an included illustration of what it should look like

Severe Threat Ramps Up Thursday in Texas and the High Plains, Spreads East Through the Weekend (FORECAST) - weather.com

As winter ends and ice melts on Lake Michigan, the Traverse City U. Coast Guard catches sight of historic shipwrecks in the lake's clear, blue waters.

Ways to help children overcome fear of storms and other severe weather issues.

It’s not a coincidence that the word ‘current’ refers to energy, water and time simultaneously.

Derecho! It's seems to be the weather word of the day. And for good reason. More than 40 million people are in the zone of severe weather this afternoon and evening, many of them hearing this transplanted weather word for the first time.

It's seems to be the weather word of the day. And for good reason. More than 40 million people are in the zone of severe weather this afternoon and evening, many of them hearing this transplanted weather word for the first time.

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