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Weather Unit: Clouds, Fronts, Precipitaiton, Storms etc

Weather: These weather cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun and learn about weather at the same time. Weather Vocabulary Terms: Weather, Rain, Sleet, Snow, Hail, Dew, Precipitation, Climate And Front, Warm front, Cold front, Wind, Humidity, Low pressure, High pressure, Air mass And Thunderstorm, Hurricane, Lightning, Tornado, Meteorologist, Jet stream, Weather map, Weather forecast…

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The 10 best places to visit in Olympic National Park: Ozette, Rialto Beach, Kalaloch, Hoh Rain Forest, Lake Quinault, Sol Duc, Lake Crescent, Elwha, Hurricane Ridge, and Staircase.

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Printables - The ocean is never still. Ocean currents are constantly moving and churning the waters. There are surface currents and deep currents and upwelling currents.

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Websites For Teaching Children About Hurricanes

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Weather Interactive Notebook Pages

Weather for Interactive Science Notebooks and Journals - topics include Catastrophic Events, Weather Forecasting, Hot and Cold Fronts, HIgh and Low Pressure, Convection Currents, Hurricane Formation, Weather Instruments and more

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hurricane lesson plan...could use the map to show where they occur and the second sheet to discuss time of year they occur, and which areas have the most...use this vid too! http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/kids/forces-of-nature-kids/hurricanes-101-kids/ (can't believe natgeographic doesn't allow pinning!)

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Smart Art: Weather Map

This interactive, hands-on weather map project is a great activity to add to your weather or mapping units. Use common art supplies to show the nation's different weather systems... snow, rain, fog, hurricanes, tornadoes, and more. The kids LOVE making this!

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Mapping Migration after Hurricane Katrina

Navigate this interactive map to see migration patterns to and from each of Louisiana’s parishes (Orleans is in green) in the years following Hurricane Katrina. Map by NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune