Depending on where you live, tornadoes might be something you’ve experienced or something you hear about on the news. But do your students understand the meaning of the tornado terms they hear? Do they know what words such as wind shear or supercell mean?
This free vocabulary copywork notebook can help them practice not only their penmanship but also learn science terms as well!
In this print copywork unit, kids can learn the meaning of tornado, cyclone, supercell, mesocyclone, updraft, front, anvil, wind shear, waterspouts, and landspouts. Each notebook page includes copywork and a geometric border to color. It’s a great keepsake notebook unit that presents important terms in a way that is simple to do one term at a time! Twelve pages total. Download yours free today!
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Don’t forget to grab this free How Tornadoes Form resource to add to your study!
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