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Gloria Descoteaux Dr Greenberg Elementary Education 220 November 1, 2009 World Wide Web – resource review The educational site I have picked is http://www.weatherwizkids.com/ . It is a website designed to educate children about all types of weather. In my base classroom I am in currently, my second grade students are going to be learning about thunderstorms and how they are created and about how they turn into hurricanes and tornadoes. I found this website to be perfect for the curriculum they are covering. The website is very simple and straightforward for elementary aged students to use. Along the left side of the page there are different options one may click on including things such as clouds, hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, rain, etc. All of these are types of weather are things my student will be learning about in my base classroom and this website would be very beneficial to them. Clicking on the thunderstorms tab describes what a thunderstorm is, what causes it, when they occur, etc. With each explanation a picture is attached which gives the students a great idea of what exactly they are and what they are capable of.
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What is also great about this website is that further down once a student
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