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FEMA for Kids
Listen and teach
your students the FEMA Rap for Kidz, read disaster jokes, color safety
online with an interactive coloring palette, or make a pop-up turtle
puppet and perform "Turtle Tale." FEMA for Kids is great for
Wild Wild Weather Page
A starting point for middle grades is Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page brought
to you by Dan Satterfield, the Chief Meteorologist for WHNT TV in Huntsville,
Alabama. A burst of thunder and the sound of falling rain greet your arrival.
Dan has compiled lots of links to weather topics and answers questions
sent to him via e-mail or snail mail.
Sing along with the Weather Dude, Nick Walker. His irresistible recordings
and lyrics give a musical twist to meteorology. Ordering information is
given for purchasing a 10-song cassette/46-page book titled Weather Dude:
A Musical Guide to the Atmosphere.
Will there be six more weeks of winter or an early spring? Punxsutawney
Phil has the answer on Groundhog Day. Play the shockwave Groundhog Environment
Simulator game, celebrate February 2 in your classroom with a variety
of "hogtivities," or organize a Groundhog Club Chapter.
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