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    Scholastic Reader!® Level 3: Hurricanes and Tornadoes

    Scholastic Reader!® Level 3: Hurricanes and Tornadoes

    by Kate Waters

    A fascinating introduction to these destructive storms: how they develop, modern methods of prediction, waterspouts and cyclones, and more.

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    How Hurricanes Get Their Names: Science Chart (Grades 3-4)

    How Hurricanes Get Their Names: Science Chart (Grades 3-4)

    Students study a chart that shows some of the names for hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean in the years 2002-2004, then answer questions!

    The subject-area content and type of chart, table, or graph featured on this worksheet is based on the material students will encounter in major standardized tests, including the Stanford Achievement Test, CTBS TerraNova, Metropolitan Achievement Test, Iowa Test of Basic Skills, and the California Achievement Test! State-wide assessments and state curriculum standards have also been used to help determine the content and skills covered.

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Hurricanes

Earth's Mightiest Storms

Author: Patricia Lauber

Interest Level:
4-8

Lexile Framework:
930L

Grade Level Equivalent:
4.2

Guided Reading Level:
P

Age:
9-13

Genre:
Informational

Subject:
Hurricanes, Natural Disasters

About This Book

One of Mother Nature's most devastating creations is explored in this book that invites readers right into the eye of a hurricane. Readers find out how hurricanes begin, how to track them, and what phenomenal power they hold.

Author Lauber gives readers an up-close view of many personal accounts, including the 1938 hurricane that tore through Long Island and New England, and Hurricane Andrew that raged in 1989. She also introduces readers to the latest in technological devices that track and predict these awesome storms. Using riveting details, scrupulously written scientific facts, and a plethora of photographs, Lauber creates a place where readers can begin to understand the many complexities of their natural world.


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