Tuesday, March 23, 2010

The next Al Roker?

Kiddo's first grade class has been doing a unit on weather this month.  As part of this unit, they've been reading lots and lots of weather related books.  Hubby and I now know way more about clouds and lightning than we ever cared to, thanks to the homework reading assignments of late.

Today in Kiddo's homework folder, along with the weather book du jour, came a worksheet she's apparently been filling out at school.  It's a sheet of Weather Facts and the kids have to fill in one weather fact for each of the various books they've read.

Here is all the essential weather knowledge Kiddo has gleaned from this unit thus far (there is one more book yet to be read entitled Gusts and Gales: A Book About Wind):

  • Whiteouts are dangris.
  • During a thundrstorm you should stay indoors for suport.
  • Clouds can have shaps and sizes.
  • If there is to much rain it will make a flud.
  • Hurricanes are dangris.
  • There are about 800 tornados in the U.S.A.
  • A snowflake is at lest made out of two crystals.
  • Litning is dangris.
I'm guessing that based on the facts above, the last blank spot will be filled in with something scintillating like "A lot of wind is called a gust." or "Gales are dangris."  Perhaps she's not the next Al Roker after all... 

1 comment:

Creative Junkie said...

That is totally adorable, Heather!