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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Playin' It SAFE In Severe Weather

Please click at the bottom of each wall where it says "post a sticky" then the full wall will show up.  Then you double click on the wall and add your comment and then click okay.

Think carefully about the dangers of each type of storm, because your responses would be different dependent on the harm presented in the environment.




For VoiceThread, click on comment, hen record a comment through either typing or audio or video recording.  I can't wait to have you share your perspectives and experiences about severe weather. Once you are done, click okay.  Thank you for being a part of our class!

Severe Weather Podcast
Hosted by Oakland County for Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 27 - April 2, 2011,
Running time 6:43 min

This was last year's classes sharing their podcasts on severe weather.  Get your voices warmed up current 4th graders; you're getting ready to join the podcast world of severe weather!!!


  1. My Tornadoes page:



  2. What excellent resources Cybrary Man; you have been gifted with such great abilities in sharing information! I can't wait to share these sites with my students :)

  3. What a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing this page. It encouraged me to create a wallwisher for my students and parents to respond to at open house when we return to school.

  4. I'm so glad I could help Michelle...I know your wall will be filled with wonderful messages at open house :)

  5. What a great way to use Wallwishers! I commented on the Tornado and Severe Thunderstorms wall because I live in North Central Texas and we get lots of these in the spring. We don't get direct hits from hurricanes but we can get a lot of rain after it hits land and starts moving inland.
    The Frugal Teacher