My Extreme Weather Checklist – FREE Printable

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My Extreme Weather Checklist FREE Printable

Hurricane season affects much of the eastern/southeastern United States from June 1 – November 30.  Since we live in Florida and have lived through our share of hurricanes and tropical storms, I thought it would be a good idea to teach my children a little bit about extreme weather and get them involved in creating a family emergency plan (plus, we were learning about extreme weather while reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz).

The result is a fun “mini-book” piece called, “My Extreme Weather Plan & Checklist”.

My Extreme Weather Checklist - FREE Printable

This handy little guide includes the following:

  • Checklist of Supplies
  • Family Plan
  • Hurricane Basics
  • Watch vs. Warning – Know the Difference
  • Additional Safety Information
  • Extreme Weather Word Search
  • Atlantic Hurricane Names
  • Weather Riddler
  • Family Emergency Plan Printable Cards
  • Activity: “Tornado in a Bottle”

Use our free weather checklist to learn a little more about severe weather preparedness and hurricane season.

This freebie weather checklist is an excellent complement to use with our World Study Guide: Literature Series – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz!

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

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Kat

I am the proud mama to 3 incredible boys. Our family began our homeschooling journey in 2006 when my oldest was in 2nd grade and the twins were barely 6 months old. I’m passionate about researching resources and activities that allow my children to use all of their senses and learning styles.

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    • Kat says

      Yes, having a plan helps take some of the fear out of the unknown. Even though our natural disasters are different (hurricanes vs. wildfires/earthquakes), I think some of the disaster preparedness is probably the same. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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