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Weather Books Hurricane Book
A Printable Book for Fluent Readers
Hurricanes

Print out the following pages to make a Hurricane Book, a book for fluent readers.

There are two book pages on each printed page. Have the students cut each page in half along the dotted line. Staple the pages together at the left of the page, then read and color the book. For activities to accompany this book, go to the hurricane activity page.

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Skills practiced: reading, weather, hurricanes.

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Cover Page, Introduction

Cover page and an introduction to hurricanes.


Hurricane Names, How Hurricanes Form

Read how and why hurricanes are named. Find out how these powerful storms form in warm ocean waters.


Structure, Classification

Examine the structure of a storm, including the eye, eyewall, rainbands, and the counterclockwise rotation. See how hurricanes are classified using the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, a scale based on wind speed.


Tracking a Storm, Preparing for a Hurricane

Learn about storm tracking. Find out what to do to prepare for a hurricane.


Landfall and Storm Surges, The End of a Hurricane

Read about the dangers of a hurricane's storm surge after landfall. Find out why a storm dies down after going over land.

Quiz answers: 1. counterclockwise 2. low air pressure 3. tropical storm 4. hurricane 5. storm surge.


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