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Extreme weather

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Looks like the infamous "Flying Spaghetti Monster", proving it really does exist !!! Lol

Looks like the infamous "Flying Spaghetti Monster", proving it really does exist !!! Lol

Beautiful arcus that rolled north of Kearney, Nebraska, August 7, 2011.

Beautiful arcus that rolled north of Kearney, Nebraska, August 7, 2011.

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Severe Skies: The Photography of Storm Chaser Mike Hollingshead weather lightning clouds

Just a cursory glance at a few storm photos by Mike Hollingshead and it’s clear this guy has probably seen it all, and probably put his life at risk to do so. The intrepid storm chaser has been enduring foul weather since the late 90s, clocking some 20,000 miles a year in his car as he stalks thunderstorms and other extreme weather occurrences waiting to capture the perfect shot. More

Learn about extreme summer weather with this hurricane unit study for kids!

Learn about extreme weather with this hurricane unit for kids, which features videos, printables, and resources for studying these storms!

Download this set of extreme weather emergent readers – for free! Are your kids as interested in storms as mine are? I don’t know how many times my kids have asked about tornadoes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters. I figure mine aren’t the only kids who are fascinated by storms. So it made sense to include a set of extreme weather emergent readers in our weather theme. Today I’m sharing... Read More »

Are you looking for my original Color Me Readers? While those books can be used appropriately to teach concepts of print, in the original blog posts I demonstrated their use with three-cueing. I did this

"Landspout Tornado, Western Kansas, 2008" - A rare, close-range photo of a non-supercellular tornado, filled with swirling dirt, grinding across a farm road in western Kansas on May 8, 2008. Extreme weather photographer Jim Reed captured this image within 150 feet of the twister. The award-winning image is the official photo of the 2012 Extreme Weather Congress in Hamburg, Germany.

"Landspout Tornado, Western Kansas, 2008" - A rare, close-range photo of a non-supercellular tornado, filled with swirling dirt, grinding across a farm road in western Kansas on May 8, 2008. Extreme weather photographer Jim Reed captured this image within 150 feet of the twister. The award-winning image is the official photo of the 2012 Extreme Weather Congress in Hamburg, Germany.