Follow the process below to complete your research.
- Scroll down and find the internet links about your extreme weather condition.
- Click and READ through the information in each link.
- Look for KEYWORDS and information that will help answer the
guide questions of your report.
- Write down facts on the Collecting Information Form provided to you.
Remember to only use one sheet for each question you research.
- There are also some videos below that may help in your research.
- Don't forget to answer ALL of the questions for your report.
When you have finished your research, go on to the Presentation section.
Questions to be answered in your research:
- describe your extreme weather condition. What is it and
how is it formed?
- explain where (and when) the extreme weather typically
- explain how the extreme weather affects living things.
- explain how the extreme weather affects non-living things.
You can find links to your extreme weather in the following websites.
World Book Kids - type in your extreme weather for information. This link will not work if you are working from a home computer.
KidInfo - Science and Weather - Scroll down to see information about your extreme weather, but not all links will be at your reading level.
Weatherwizkids.com - Hurricanes
Web Weather for Kids - Hurricanes
KidStorm - Hurricanes
Weatherwizkids.com - Tornadoes
Web Weather for Kids - Tornadoes
KidStorm - Tornadoes
Rain & Floods
Weatherwizkids.com - Rain & Floods
Flash Flood Story
Flood Safe Kids
All About Floods
Thunderstorms & Lightning
Weatherwizkids.com - Thunderstorms
Weatherwizkids.com - Lightning
Web Weather for Kids - Thunderstorms
Web Weather for Kids - Lightning
KidStorm - Lightning
Weatherwizkids.com - Winter Storms
Web Weather for Kids - Blizzards and Winter Weather
All library books about weather can be found in the 551 non-fiction section.