Tornado Facts Coloring Pages
If you are looking for tornado facts for kids, we’ve got your back! Today we have tornado facts coloring pages that you can print and color right now.
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Printable Facts About Tornadoes
If you have ever wondered what is a tornado made from, where is the tri-state tornado area, and other interesting things about this natural disaster phenomenon, we have 10 facts about a tornado for you!
Our printable tornado facts printables include two coloring pages, ready to be colored with your magic crayons.
Let’s see what we will need to color these coloring sheets…
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SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR TORNADO FACTS COLORING SHEETS
This coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.
- Something to color with: favorite crayons, colored pencils, markers, paint, water colors…
- The printed tornado facts coloring pages template pdf — see button below to download & print
10 interesting facts about tornadoes
- Tornadoes are formed when there is a change of wind direction, speed, and temperature during a big thunderstorm.
- Tornadoes are made up of really fast spinning tubes of air, forming a tube that touches the clouds up in the sky and the ground below.
- Tornadoes are also known as twisters, cyclones, and funnels.
- Tornadoes have very high winds, around 65 miles per hour, but they can reach speeds up to 300 miles per hour.
- Most tornadoes occur in Tornado Alley, an area in the U.S. that includes Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, South Dakota, Iowa, and Nebraska. but can happen anywhere in the world.
- The U.S. on average has around 1200 tornadoes every year, more than other countries.
- When a tornado is above water, it is called a waterspout.
- Tornadoes are measured using the Fujita Scale, which ranges from F0 tornadoes (minimal damage) to F5 tornadoes (cause big damage).
- The safest place to be during a tornado is underground, like a basement or cellar.
- Tornadoes generally only last a couple of minutes, but strong tornadoes can last for 15 minutes or longer.
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