Does your child enjoy learning about storms? Use this free hurricane learning activity for your child to study these massive storms.
Living in a tropical climate, we are always watching the weather during hurricane season. The season begins in May and ends in October or early November.
Most of the hurricane activity we have experienced in our region has been mild. Some diminished to tropical storms before landfall or barely skimmed our area.
Other places have not been as fortunate. While fascinating, these storms can become deadly and leave tragedy in their wake.
This study offers lots of great information and external resources about hurricanes.
The contributor explains a lot of detail about hurricanes. Your child will learn about how they form and the parts that make up a storm.
You’ll find videos for your child to watch that teach all about hurricanes.
Hands-on activities will help your child visualize how hurricanes develop.
Book and other media suggestions will add more depth to your child’s research.
Don’t miss the most important part! A free set of worksheets ties all of the information together.
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