Hurricane Sandy

Hurricanes  Hurricane Sandy brought high winds and coastal flooding as it wreaked havoc on New York City and the East Coast of the United States on October 29, 2012. Returning to the classroom may be difficult for many students and educators in the regions devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Use these printables, articles, and references to help your students learn about this natural disaster and cope with the devastation it caused. Our crisis intervention resources and strategies will help you transition back to the classroom and support children who are coping with the aftermath of the storm.

Weather Mini-Lesson

Printables & Activities

Forecasting & Tracking Storms

Articles & References

Reference Books on Natural Disasters

These digital books can be read on the Web or projected on a whiteboard for your class to see.

Maps of Affected Regions

Use these maps to show students the regions affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Emotional Resources for Dealing with Disasters

Safety Resources

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