Kids can learn all about different weather phenomena by reading articles on the weather. Kids can learn about hurricanes, tornadoes, cyclones, temperature variations, pressure gradients, tides and floods. Children are also better able to understand natural phenomena such as high tides, low tides and the movement of ocean currents when they read such articles.
These articles must be written with kids in mind. The language of the article must be simple and direct. The article must not be too detailed.
Kids can learn all about how weather monitoring takes place. They learn about weather stations and weather instruments such as the wind vane and pressure gauges. They also learn about the different temperature scales used in weather reporting. Kids become familiar with the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales. They learn about weather forecasting and weather data collection.
Kids who read weather articles are in a better position to appreciate the workings of nature and how weather affects their lives. They understand how severe weather occurs and how it can disrupt people's lives. Children also learn how to respond to severe weather warnings. They learn that there is a difference between a severe weather watch and a severe weather warning. Kids who read about the weather are better prepared to protect themselves against severe weather.