Watch Out...Storms Ahead - Owlie Skywarn's Weather Book. This new version of
the favorite Owlie Skywarn book is in a very large pdf file. To find the full coloring
book, click here.
To find the separate chapters on
click the chapter name you want. The book also contains Weather Quizzes for kids.
Time for Kids - This web site has been designed to help kids learn
hurricanes, winter storms, thunderstorms, and other hazardous weather. If you
check out the category called "Other Fun Stuff" you can find interesting
Billy and Maria -
Coloring Books for Kids - Weather - These coloring books help
kids learn more about weather safety during tornadoes, winter weather and
Specially for Students - These items are designed especially
for students (grades 6-12) to provide a way of learning about the earth in a
fun and informative way.
Spuzzled for Kids
- This site takes NOAA images and offers students the chance to put those images into
the correct order while also learning more about the environmental work of the Agency.
There is a weather puzzle at this site in three levels of difficulty.
SciJinks Weather Laboratory This exciting website is a joint NOAA/NASA
site that helps students learn more about the weather while having fun.
Flash Riprock and the Bolt from the Blue This is a lightning safety poster in pdf
format that can be downloaded. It also lists lightning myths that need to be dispelled.
VORTEX: Unraveling the Secrets - A Storybook This project,
Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment, helps
teachers and students understand facts about tornadoes and shows how the
scientific method of making observations, collecting data, and
developing and testing hypotheses to reach an informed conclusion is
Weather Lessons - This web page provides a basic introduction to map analysis and interpretation.
Severe Weather Primer - Provides a basic introduction to thunderstorms, tornadoes, floods, hail, lightning, winter weather, and damaging winds.
Where & When Does Severe Weather Occur? - Answers from NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory.