Floods are a part of life in many parts of the world. Use these drought and flood books to teach your children all about too much water, or too little.
Rain is a vital part of our lives here on earth. However, too much rain, or too little rain, can cause incredible problems. Flooding can also bring life to areas, like the Mississippi Delta and wetlands. Learn all about droughts, floods, and the consequences for each with this list of drought and flood books for your students.
How to Use this drought and flood book list
There are several ways to use this book list in your homeschool.
1. To plan weather based unit studies.
2. For your family’s reading time or quiet time to encourage study of weather and floods.
3. To find books for a child interested in learning about too much water.
4. Use this and other TCHSL book lists to encourage learning about a topic.
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Flood Books for Early Readers
Flood Books for Elementary Readers
Fiction Flood Books
Books About Droughts
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