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Incredible Tornado Video - Mulvane, KS Violent White Rope -

Incredible Tornado Video - Mulvane, KS Violent White Rope -

This collection of YouTube Weather Videos for Kids are a perfect addition to a weather unit!

Weather Videos for Kids

A collection of weather videos for kids covering the topics of what weather is, precipitation, clouds, extreme weather, and many more. Perfect for supplementing an earth science lesson.

Planet Smarty Pants: 5 Minute Science: Tornado in a Jar

5 Minute Science: Tornado in a Jar

“How Do Tornadoes Form” is an animation from TED-Ed that features storm chaser James Spann and directors Iuri Araújo and Guilherme Araújo exploring the science behind the formation of the deadly la…

Perhaps the coolest way to bake up a potato! You've got to try these Tornado Potato Skewers! With a mix of herbs, butter and cheese  they are as delicious as they are fun to eat. Click for the video and recipe and enjoy!   #dinnertime #funrecipes #familydinner

Tornado potato skewers

Soak skewers for 10 minutes. Wash potatoes, microwave whole for 2 minutes. Skewer, then slice thinly right to the wood. Cover with melted butter & spices. Bake 425 for minutes.

how to make a tornado in a jar with this fun science experiment for kids, perfect for homeschooling science! An engaging educational project that will be done with no mess or fuss in 5 minutes! Check it out!

How to Make a Tornado in a Jar: Fun Science for Kids!

how to make a tornado in a jar with this fun science experiment for kids, perfect for homeschooling science! An engaging educational project that will be done with no mess or fuss in 5 minutes!

Tornado Potatoes - 2 medium white potatoes, 4 tablespoons butter melted, 1 cup parmesan cheese grated, ½ teaspoon black pepper, 1 tablespoon garlic powder, 1 tablespoon paprika, 1 teaspoon salt Parsley chopped (for garnish).

Tornado Potatoes

Tornado Potatoes-INGREDIENTS Serves: 2 2 medium white potatoes 4 tablespoons butter, melted 1 cup parmesan cheese, grated ½ teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon paprika 1 teaspoon salt Parsley, chopped (for garnish)

how to make a tornado in a jar with this fun science experiment for kids, perfect for homeschooling science! An engaging educational project that will be done with no mess or fuss in 5 minutes! Check it out!

Make a Cloud in a Jar and Favorite things Friday #16

how to make a tornado in a jar with this fun science experiment for kids, perfect for homeschooling science! An engaging educational project that will be done with no mess or fuss in 5 minutes.

To wedge or not to wedge? Tornado types include many shapes and ...

To wedge or not to wedge? Tornado types include many shapes and .

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