Types of Clouds - Engaging Activities to Help Retain Information
In science, we've been working on an in-depth weather unit, focusing on air, the atmosphere, precipitation, severe weather storms, and clouds. It's one of my favorite units - and my students' too! Today I want to share with you some of the fun and engaging ways we learned about clouds. To learn the types of clouds, we read a couple different books and charts: We also watched this great video on the different types of clouds: Then we solidified what we learned by taking notes in our…
Disaster Plan You Should Make For Emergency Situations | Survival Lovers
Getting a Disaster Plan Ready for Any Major Event Nobody can exercise control over the occurrence of disasters. A hazard does not discriminate against anyone; it hits the poor just as badly as it strikes the rich. Therefore, all individuals who suspect the onset of a disaster must do something to acquire safety against it....Read the rest of this entry
Tornadoes Adjective Poster
Tornadoes Adjective Poster Learning adjectives is a difficult concept to grasp, at first. Mastering adjectives plays a key role in the writing process. My printable adjectives anchor Chart is a great way to bring the power of writing into your classroom all the while helping students master adject...
Tornadoes (5pg) :: Teacher Resources and Classroom Games
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How to Make a Tornado in a Bottle
As part of your severe weather lessons, learn how to make a homemade tornado in a bottle. It's a great hands-on project for your middle school geography lesson plans. By creating a vortex with water within a bottle, your kids will learn more about tornadoes and hurricanes. Here are step-by-step instructions to make this project two different ways. Both are super simple, and incredibly fun. Which way are you going to make your own soda bottle tornado? #geography #middleschool…
Tornado Activities - read about these tropical cyclones, how they form, how they are named, hurricane anatomy, the eye, eyewall, spiral rainbands, tracking storms, preparing for a storm, landfall, storm surges, and the end of the storm.
Tornadoes Fact Cards
A set of 18 printable fact cards that give interesting facts about tornadoes. Teachers also have the option to use this set as a vocabulary word wall as each fact card has a keyword heading related to the fact and topic. Buy this resource in a Bundle and SAVE OVER 20%: **Tornadoes Bundle Pack** *...
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Great way to teach adjectives. Different posters around the room with different nouns, and each student goes around and writes an adjective
Tornado Formation: must have vertical wind direction shear, so surface winds may be southerly and a km or so above it they may be northerly; must also have vertical wind speed shear as the wind speed increases rapidly w/ height; causes the air near the surface to rotate about a horizontal axis (vortex tubes: horizontal tubes of spinning air); they also form when a southerly low-level jet exists just above southerly surface winds
Haarp Projekt (Seite 47)
Zu diesem Thema findet man viele Informationen, ich habe da mal eine Seite verlinkt, wo es Berlin betrifft: http://www.bunkahle.com/Aktuelles/Astromedizin/HAARP... (Seite 46)