Learn all about major weather events such as tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms, fog, hail, blizzards and much more. Learn about the most violent and destructive weather events in history and watch videos as well.





This multi-age, animated e-book comes in two versions, one for age 5-6, and one for age 7+. Includes awesome animations and gives students the option to read it by themselves, or, to have it narrated. 15 pages in all. Students turn pages by dragging the page from the bottom right corner. The e-book takes a few seconds to load.





This section features numerous interactive and printable weather events activities including online and printable reading comprehension activities, cloze reading activities, and


Engineer your own massive tornado in Tornado Maker! First, pick the state in which your tornado will occur (note that F5 tornadoes can only occur in tornado alley, so make sure you pick such a state). Then, read the instructions to learn what word you will have type. Then, type that word as many times as you can in 30 seconds. The more you type, the faster you get the air masses spinning, and the stronger your tornado can be!




How well can you add and subtract both positive and negative numbers? Temperature Map requires students to add and subtract both positive and negative numbers in specially-designed word problems to determine the temperatures of ten cities around the world. This game serves as an enjoyable way for students to practice adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers, improve number sense, and to learn a little bit about world geography and climate, and each city’s temperature in the game is within the range of its actual normal temperatures in summer or winter.