Video Writing Prompt: Storm Chasers

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K-2: Picture a Tornado

Tornadoes have a unique shape to them. Do you know what one looks like? Draw a picture of one.

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3-5: Shelter-Seeking Storms

There are many different weather conditions that require people to seek shelter. Can you think of any? Create a list of as many as you can. Which ones on your list do you think can affect where you live?


6-8: Are You Up for the Challenge?

Would you ever consider being a storm chaser? Why or why not? What do you think the risks would be? What do you think the rewards would be? Write a paragraph describing your answer.


9-12: Storm Answers

Many scientists often risk their lives chasing tornadoes in hopes of learning about them. What do you think these scientists are trying to find out? What do you think the benefits will be for society if scientists find these answers?

 

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