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Extreme Weather - Digital & Print - This is a creative way to have students study either a tornado, hurricane or ice-storm. Rather than a typical research project (where I have problems with "cut & paste" assignments) I ask students to write about a storm from a first-person perspective of
Grades:
7th - 10th
You work for a homeowners’ insurance company and have been given the task to inform your customers of the hazards of severe weather events. You will research one of five types of severe weather: hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms or floods and produce an informative booklet to give to customers.
Grades:
6th - 8th
Extreme Weather WebQuest - Completely Editable!I used this project to culminate my Weather Unit, focusing on severe weather types. Students take the perspective of a form of extreme weather, and create a PowerPoint or Google Slides, Prezi, whatever you want, to describe the features and life cycle o
I LOVE project-based learning activities!! I was amazed at the impact it when I began implementing projects as a daily part of our day. Here are 6 weekly project-based learning activities for you. This packet contains a how-to guide for implementing 6 weekly projects over a six-week period with m
Students research a type of severe weather storm (blizzard, thunderstorm, hurricane, flash flood, or tornado) using the research guide. Students then used research guide to make a movie trailer on WeVideo but you could modify to fit your needs. You can have them turn that research into a number of d
This is a severe weather project that has everything you need for your class. Students can work in pairs or groups to research a severe weather condition (tornado, hurricane, flooding, blizzard, or thunderstorms). There are notes provided to guide students to look for certain information. There are
Grades:
4th - 6th
This science project requires students to create an informational brochure on either hurricanes or tornadoes. It contains an explanation sheet and rubric for grading the project. The explanation sheet has directions for the content of each brochure panel. The explanation and rubric are on the sam
Grades:
3rd - 5th
**This is a great resource of digital learning research project.**Tired of worksheets? Looking for a flexible and engaging research project? Want to give your students a choice? This project or activity is designed to review previous taught nonfiction skills. It is also a great opportunity for stude
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Grades:
3rd - 5th
Tornado or Hurricane (Twister or Typhoon?) Severe WeatherScience and ELA Interdisciplinary Leveled Activities for Grades K-5.Compare and Contrast Tornadoes and Hurricanes and Design a Home Safety Plan!Students love being meteorologists and learning about natural disasters. As Emergency Managers, the
Students will be working in groups to create a PowerPoint presentation on a specific natural disaster (Tornado, Hurricane, Tsunami, Volcano, or Earthquake). Each group will decide how they want to split up the work evenly. The following steps should be taken in order to include all of the informati
Students research either a tornado, hurricane, thunderstorm or blizzard. They will then write three articles and put them into a newspaper template to create a front page of a newspaper.
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5th - 8th
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This packet can be used for any engineering project. It includes an 8-day lesson plan.This is an inquiry & project-based learning activity!The packet breaks the seven steps in the engineering process down into the following:1. Define the problem2. Research3. Develop possible solutions4. Design y
Students are to research one of four types of severe weather: hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms or blizzards and produce an informative poster/tri-fold display.The rubric is included.
Grades:
4th - 6th
Learn about the different types of storms while practicing important reading skills! The 8-page informational mini book covers what is a storm, thunderstorms, windstorms, dust storms, tornadoes, winter storm, blizzards, ice storms, cyclones, and hurricanes. Product can be used in a variety of ways
This is the Hellmund Science Tornado Bundle! Included in this bundle is a natural disaster 4-Corner quick research slip activity, 2 Tornado-focused quests, and a project for Tornado-Resistant houses! Activate student excitement with these great hands-on activities that can be added to any of your we
Natural Disasters unit contracts can be used by groups of students to prepare workshops for younger students (Kids-Teaching-Kids style). Contracts allow students to demonstrate their understanding of the topics of Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Cyclones (or hurricanes), Lightning and Bush fires, Volcanoes,
Grades:
5th - 6th
Natural Disasters unit contracts can be used by groups of students to prepare workshops for younger students (Kids-Teaching-Kids style). Contracts allow students to demonstrate their understanding of the topics of Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Cyclones (or hurricanes), Lightning and Bush fires, Volcanoes,
Grades:
5th - 6th
This project was used as a science project but could easily be adjusted to be used as a social studies project. The standard included on the rubric is a TN State Science Standard but that can also be changed. This was a very thought-provoking and interesting project for my students to do and we enjo
Students will research severe weather using these non-fiction articles and will answer text-based questions with this digital and printable resource. This research is perfect for in class or at home! My students absolutely love to research, so I wanted to share a class favorite with you!Included:Dig
This project was created to go along with my unit studies over natural disasters. The fifth grade reading series in my classroom has a unit of selections that pertain to both nonfiction and fictional texts about natural disasters. Texts include: Earthquake Terror, Volcano, Eye of the Storm, and a
This purchase includes a .zip file with all unit materials for a 6th grade unit on WEATHER & EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE. This file includes SMARTboard Notebook and PowerPoint lesson presentations, hands-on activities, student skeleton note-taking documents, homework assignments, unit assessments, unit p
This is a research project that students can complete independently or in groups. They choose an extreme form of weather (hurricane, tornado, tsunami, flood, etc.) and research their topic, organizing information on 7 index cards. Students then create power point presentations containing their inf
Keep your writers engaged and organized as they learn and write about extreme weather. Your weather report project will be supported with word wall cards, graphic organizers, and choices for writing which will help you to differentiate for your writers. These are designed to be used with any book o
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1st - 2nd
Looking for research project ideas to master the standard of integrating two texts, but no idea where to start? Want a fun, engaging research project idea that doesn't revolve around animals? Natural disasters are the perfect topic for your next project, and not to mention, they provide for some gre

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