National Geographic Kids: Storms

National Geographic Kids: Storms

Thunder and lightning! Monsoons! Hurricanes! Tornadoes! The facts and photos in this book will blow you away!

By: Miriam Busch Goin

Discovery Questions

After your child receives and reads this book, Discuss one or more of the following questions to help him/her make connections and build comprehension.

  • When were you in a storm? Were you frightened? Where were you? What happened? Was there any damage? Talk about it with a parent.
  • Not all storms cause damage. Sometimes there is just a lot of wind and rain or snow. Other times whole cities can be destroyed. With a parent, research a recent storm on the internet. Talk about how that storm is like storms where you live. Talk about how it is different.
  • There are many kinds of storms in this book. Not all storms are found everywhere on Earth. With a parent talk about why some storms are only found in certain places.
  • Write a story about a storm. It can be real or made up. Don't forget to draw and color the pictures!

Book Details

Grade Level:
2nd Grade
Student Favorite
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