Natural Disaster Worksheet: Julia and Robbie, the Disaster Twins

Natural Disaster Worksheet: Julia and Robbie, the Disaster Twins

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Natural Disaster Worksheet: Julia and Robbie, the Disaster Twins
This worksheet, called 'Natural Disaster Worksheet: Julia and Robbie, the Disaster Twins', was originally presented by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for educational purposes and is a part of their ongoing effort to make communities safer and to teach important actions to take in a natural disaster.
The 35-page book is a story about Robbie and Julia, who are called Disaster Twins, because wherever they go, natural disasters seem to follow.
The whole story is presented in the following chapters:
The January Blizzard;
The River Rises;
The Afternoon Tornado;
The Shaky;
It’s Hurricane Season.
Each chapter contains valuable safety rules that need to be followed should a disaster strike and is complimented by a quick quiz to make sure children have learned and remembered what needs to be done. With learning and adventure combined, these stories are a perfect way to teach children how to prepare for disasters.
This worksheet, called 'Natural Disaster Worksheet: Julia and Robbie, the Disaster Twins', was originally presented by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for educational purposes and is a part of their ongoing effort to make communities safer and to teach important actions to take in a natural disaster.
The 35-page book is a story about Robbie and Julia, who are called Disaster Twins, because wherever they go, natural disasters seem to follow.
The whole story is presented in the following chapters:
The January Blizzard;
The River Rises;
The Afternoon Tornado;
The Shaky;
It’s Hurricane Season.
Each chapter contains valuable safety rules that need to be followed should a disaster strike and is complimented by a quick quiz to make sure children have learned and remembered what needs to be done. With learning and adventure combined, these stories are a perfect way to teach children how to prepare for disasters.