Storms - Hurricanes vs. Tornadoes. Paired nonfiction reading with a Venn Diagram- Hurricanes vs. Tornadoes. Students read about tornadoes and hurricanes, then compare and contrast the characteristics of hurricanes and tornadoes on this basic Venn diagram activity sheet.

Weather Paired Reading - Hurricanes vs. Tornadoes with Storms Venn Diagram

Table describing the differences between hurricanes and tornadoes.

Table describing the differences between hurricanes and tornadoes.

In this file, you get an original informational article for 3rd-5th grade (I will be using it with my students in 3rd); 10 questions formed using FSA testing stems and 1 written performance tasks. Students will read the one (double-sided) hurricane and tornado themed informational text article with 10 questions written in FSA-style such as HOT TEXT, Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer, 2 Part Questions, and Open Response.

Hurricanes and Tornados Text and Question Set - FSA/PARCC-Style ELA Assessment

TeAchnology:  Printable Hurricane and Tornadoes Teaching Worksheets

TeAchnology: Printable Hurricane and Tornadoes Teaching Worksheets

Tonadoes, Hurricanes and Lightning Lesson by Squidoo for Weather Unit Study

X-Younger kids-SCIENCE - weather/Tornadoes/Hurricanes/Lightening Tonadoes, Hurricanes and Lightning Lesson by Squidoo for Weather Unit Study

Hurricanes and Tornadoes. Get ready to explore the most extreme weather…

Hurricanes and Tornadoes. Get ready to explore the most extreme weather conditions! Children can discover why blizzards, floods, hurricanes and heatwaves occur, and how we cope with them.

Severe Weather Reading Passages and Comprehension Questions - Use this 30 page resource to help your 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classroom or homeschool students better understand tonadoes, hurricanes, floods, and blizzards. You'll get differentiated reading passages, comprehension questions, and answer keys. Great for third, fourth, and fifth graders! {tornado, hurricane, flood, blizzard}

Severe Weather {Reading Passages and Comprehension Questions}

Severe Weather Reading Passages and Comprehension Questions - Use this 30 page resource to help your 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classroom or homeschool students better understand tonadoes, hurricanes, floods, and blizzards. You'll get differentiated reading passages, comprehension questions, and answer keys. Great for third, fourth, and fifth graders! {tornado, hurricane, flood, blizzard}

These science interactive pages cover WEATHER. The emphasis of the weather interactive pages are weather instruments (thermometer, wind vane, anemometer, barometer, rain gauge, hygrometer), types of fronts, (warm, cold, stationary), air pressure systems (high, low), types of extreme weather, (thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, droughts), predicating / forecasting weather, and climates.

WEATHER Interactive Notebook - Fronts, Air Pressure, Tools, Predicting, Climate

Kidstorm facts about Tornadoes, Lightning, Hurricanes, and Storm Chasing

Sky Diary KIDSTORM * facts about tornadoes, lightning, hurricanes, storm chasing

Weather Watch by Scholastic:  precise directions for easy weather instruments to make at home with an included illustration of what it should look like

Weather Watch by Scholastic: precise directions for easy weather instruments to make at home with an included illustration of what it should look like

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