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Printable Hurricane and Tornadoes Teaching Worksheets

The strongest hurricane ever measured on United States soil was the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935. This hurricane had winds of 160 miles per hour. While hurricanes are intense and scarry to say the least, they can not match the 300 miles per hour winds of an F5 tornado. This set of worksheets below will help students understand the nature of these phenomena.

  1. Acrostic Poem
  2. Bank On It!
  3. Cryptogram
  4. Do The Research!
  5. Eye of The Storm
  6. Group Creative Writing
  7. Hurricane and Tornadoes Bingo Card
  8. If I Were A.... ?
  9. KWL
  10. Maze
  11. Reading Comprehension
  12. Thick Cloud
  13. Tornado Adjectives Worksheet
  14. Venn Diagram: Comparing Hurricanes and Tornadoes
  15. Vocabulary List & Definitions
  16. Vocabulary Quiz
  17. Weather Songs: Hurricane
  18. Word Chop
  19. Word Search

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