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How Tornadoes Form: A short video about how wind shear in thunderstorms and daytime heating are necessary ingredients for tornadoes.  From AccuWeather.

How Tornadoes Form: A short video about how wind shear in thunderstorms and daytime heating are necessary ingredients for tornadoes. From AccuWeather.

This collection of YouTube Weather Videos for Kids are a perfect addition to a weather unit!

Weather Videos for Kids

This PDF file contains links to weather videos found on YouTube that are perfect for use in a  K-6 classroom unit on weather and or clouds.

Cloudy, With a Chance of...

This PDF file contains links to weather videos found on YouTube that are perfect for use in a K-6 classroom unit on weather and or clouds.

3-4 INCREDIBLE tornado video from NE Oklahoma! May 1, 2008  5min

3-4 INCREDIBLE tornado video from NE Oklahoma! May 1, 2008 5min

Tornado Videos 2013: Footage of Destruction Across Midwest. Also, well as websites that help students learn about Tornadoes

Tornado Videos 2013: Footage of Destruction Across Midwest. Also, well as websites that help students learn about Tornadoes

Tornadoes are one of nature’s most powerful forces -- see where they come from, how fast they go, and how scientists study them!

Tornadoes are one of nature’s most powerful forces -- see where they come from, how fast they go, and how scientists study them!

After reading and seeing photos in our newspapers about the latest tornado that hit in amercia our little boy was asking How Do Tornadoes Form?  this is  probably bit over the head of my ds (6) but great for older children..

After reading and seeing photos in our newspapers about the latest tornado that hit in amercia our little boy was asking How Do Tornadoes Form? this is probably bit over the head of my ds (6) but great for older children..

This is really hilarious but a great way to teach people about tornadoes. I already knew this stuff but it was so funny that I had to keep watching :P

This is really hilarious but a great way to teach people about tornadoes. I already knew this stuff but it was so funny that I had to keep watching :P