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Hurricane Harvey, Irma Teaching Resources

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Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, two natural disasters that have wreaked havoc on Texas and Florida. News reports are filled with details about the destruction caused by each event.

If you’re wondering how to teach your students about natural disasters, here are a couple good resources:

Teaching Hurricane Harvey: Ideas and Resources

Hurricane Harvey: Helping Students Through a Natural Disaster

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Meanwhile, if your class or school is wanting to help schools, teachers, and students post-disaster, here are a couple great places to start:

How Teachers Can Help With Hurricane Harvey Relief

Teachers Nationwide Rally to ‘Adopt’ Classrooms Impacted by Harvey

How to help students, teachers and local schools after Harvey

How are you using Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to teach students about natural disasters? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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