Natural Disaster Worksheet: Tsunami Curriculum: Grades K - 6

Natural Disaster Worksheet: Tsunami Curriculum: Grades K - 6

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Natural Disaster Worksheet: Tsunami Curriculum: Grades K - 6
This worksheet, called 'Natural Disaster Worksheet: Tsunami Curriculum: Grades K - 6', was originally offered by Washington Military Department/Emergency Management Division, with some portions of it based on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Tremor Troop Curriculum and Seismic Sleuths Curriculum. The 68-page worksheet starts with the following chapters:
Background Information for Teachers
What to Do When a Tsunami Occurs
Teacher's Pre-assessment Survey
Tsunami Web-site Information
Tsunami Video List
Essential Academic Learning Requirements and Components (Reading, Writing, Communication, Mathematics, Science, Geography and Arts)
and consists of 4 Units and Tsunami Curriculum Illustrations.
Unit 1 defines an earthquake and offers activities for each grade (K-2 to 6): Earthquake Legends, Draw and Write, 'Tasty Quake', Visual Vocabulary and Local Legends.
Unit 2 defines a tsunami and provides an activity for grades 3-6, called 'Tsunami in a Box!'.
Unit 3 teaches recognizing an earthquake and offers activities for grades K-2 to 6, respectively: Know What Might Happen During an Earthquake, 'Quake Events', Tsunami, Japanese Tsunami Folktale.
Unit 4 covers the following chapters: Tsunami Preparedness: Move to Higher Ground, Life Saving Knowledge - What You Should Know, Plan Ahead of Time for Earthquakes and Tsunamis, Three Day Supply Kit, Life Saving Facts, Evacuation Signs - What They Mean, Community Plans, What to Do After Tsunami. The unit also suggests one activity for grades 3-6, called 'Could It Happen Here?'.
Tsunami Curriculum Illustration chapter consists of the following sections: Tsunami!, The Turtle Tale, Turtle Dot-To-Dot, Earthquake Legends (for 20 countries), World Map with Legend Sites, World Map with Epicentres, U.S. Map with Epicentres, Earthquake Risk Map in U.S., Feelings About Earthquakes; Drop, Cover and Hold; Tsunami Trivia and Selections From 'The Wave' by Pearl S. Buck.
This worksheet, called 'Natural Disaster Worksheet: Tsunami Curriculum: Grades K - 6', was originally offered by Washington Military Department/Emergency Management Division, with some portions of it based on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Tremor Troop Curriculum and Seismic Sleuths Curriculum. The 68-page worksheet starts with the following chapters:
Background Information for Teachers
What to Do When a Tsunami Occurs
Teacher's Pre-assessment Survey
Tsunami Web-site Information
Tsunami Video List
Essential Academic Learning Requirements and Components (Reading, Writing, Communication, Mathematics, Science, Geography and Arts)
and consists of 4 Units and Tsunami Curriculum Illustrations.
Unit 1 defines an earthquake and offers activities for each grade (K-2 to 6): Earthquake Legends, Draw and Write, 'Tasty Quake', Visual Vocabulary and Local Legends.
Unit 2 defines a tsunami and provides an activity for grades 3-6, called 'Tsunami in a Box!'.
Unit 3 teaches recognizing an earthquake and offers activities for grades K-2 to 6, respectively: Know What Might Happen During an Earthquake, 'Quake Events', Tsunami, Japanese Tsunami Folktale.
Unit 4 covers the following chapters: Tsunami Preparedness: Move to Higher Ground, Life Saving Knowledge - What You Should Know, Plan Ahead of Time for Earthquakes and Tsunamis, Three Day Supply Kit, Life Saving Facts, Evacuation Signs - What They Mean, Community Plans, What to Do After Tsunami. The unit also suggests one activity for grades 3-6, called 'Could It Happen Here?'.
Tsunami Curriculum Illustration chapter consists of the following sections: Tsunami!, The Turtle Tale, Turtle Dot-To-Dot, Earthquake Legends (for 20 countries), World Map with Legend Sites, World Map with Epicentres, U.S. Map with Epicentres, Earthquake Risk Map in U.S., Feelings About Earthquakes; Drop, Cover and Hold; Tsunami Trivia and Selections From 'The Wave' by Pearl S. Buck.