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Building a Hurricane Proof House open in new window
Lesson Plan
Teams use construction paper and other materials to build a hurricane proof house.
Grade Level(s): 6-8, 9-12

Handle A Hurricane!: Students Become Mayors open in new window
Lesson Plan
Students take the role of mayor of the city of Pensacola Beach, Florida. Hurricane Opal is developing/approaching in the Gulf of Mexico. The students must decide whether or not to order a forced evacuation of the city.
Grade Level(s): 6-8, 9-12

Hurricane Watch! open in new window
Lesson Plan
Background information and lesson activity ideas for hurricanes.
Grade Level(s): 1-2, 3-5, 6-8

Hurricane! open in new window
Lesson Plan
Students preform an experiment to understand the following: 1. Wind speed increases the height of ocean waves. 2. Higher waves occur in shallower water.
Grade Level(s): 6-8

Hurricanes: Storm Science open in new window
Lesson Plan
Online resources designed for students to explore to learn about hurricanes.
Grade Level(s): 3-5

Severe Weather: Hurricanes! open in new window
Lesson Plan
Problem-based learning module. The team is asked to track and predict landfall of the next hurricane to threaten the United States.
Grade Level(s): 6-8, 9-12

The Eye of the Hurricane open in new window
Lesson Plan
This lesson introduces students to the structure of a hurricane, particularly the eye. You might want to use it as an introduction to a unit on hurricanes or weather phenomena. Students will view a video about hurricanes, do a simple hurricane simulation, take a tour into the eye of a hurricane, and write reports about their tour.
Grade Level(s): 3-5

National Hurricane Center open in new window
Resource Site
National Weather Service Tropical Prediction Center includes satellite imagery, radar, forecasts, and much more.
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Weather Wiz Kids: Hurricanes open in new window
Resource Site
Resource information and graphics for kids to learn about hurricanes.
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2, 3-5


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