This is a severe weather mini book. The book has different types of severe weather reading passages for the students. Pages cover:
What is Severe Weather?
Thunderstorms with questions
Tornado or Hurricane?- Deciding whether a description is a tornado or hurricane
Blizzards with questions
Match the term- Matching drought, hurricane, thunderstorm, and blizzard to definitions
Review- Drawing a severe weather situation and writing like a meteorologist covering safety and characteristics
The booklet has different activities the students can do such as coloring, answering reading passage questions, drawing a tornado, deciding between a tornado or hurricane, writing 2 ways to conserve water, matching terms, and writing a paragraph about a severe weather situation like a meteorologist.
Teachers have many options on how to make the book. They can have students glue the pages to construction paper and create a book, or there is a electricity foldable booklet option where pages are offset to save on printing (instructions included). I have the students create a rubber band book (instructions included) and place it inside their interactive notebook.
This could also be placed in their interactive notebook using a pocket (instructions included) OR the pages will fit to be glued right inside an interactive notebook.
Great for building background knowledge or to review severe weather!