I'm hoping to work a little more on our earthquake theme this week. My plan was to print out a few coloring sheets, and puzzle pages for the little ones today, but that was before I discovered they had drawn, front and back, on my entire supply of computer paper. I guess they've been feeling artistic lately. Maybe we'll come up with an earthquake related art project for today, instead.
In the meantime, I thought I'd share some of the coloring page links, that I located, and thought were good.
http://homeschooling.about.com/od/freeprintables/ss/earthquakeprint.htm is eight pages of coloring, draw and write, word search, crossword, multiple choice, and alphabetizing sheets.
http://quake.ualr.edu/schools/coloring/color1.htm is a one page coloring sheet, with a little girl depicting the Drop, Cover, and Hold On, survival technique.
http://www.azpbs.org/mastersofdisaster/earthquake.htm has a 13 page earthquake, and tsunami workbook from the Red Cross, including a really nifty comparison of the layers of the earth to a cross-section of an apple.
http://tsunami.noaa.gov/pdfs/tommy_tsunami_coloring_book.pdf is a 15 page coloring book, featuring Tommy Tsunami, and Ernie Earthquake, telling what to do before, during, and after an earthquake, or tsunami.
http://lacoa.org/PDF/ESPActivityBookForKids-English.pdf is an 11 page workbook featuring coloring, and worksheets from the Earthquake Survival Program.
Now, if only I had some paper!
It's great to be a homeschooler.