Discuss the 'who' and 'where' of tornadoes followed by the 'how' and 'when.' Define who studies tornadoes and where tornadoes occur, mostly in the United States, though many countries in the world have reported tornadoes. Tell about "Tornado Alley" but mention that tornadoes have happened in all 50 states! Next, discuss what to do if you find yourself in a tornado by telling students what to do before, during, and after a tornado. Before a tornado, tell students that the best preparation is to be aware of the weather daily and to keep the yard clean. They should also know information about tornadoes and expect the power to go out. If they do get into a tornado- the tips for during a tornado are to get off the road and to protect your head. You can get to the lowest level of your home and stay away from windows. Then be sure to check the weather channel. Sometimes more than one tornado comes and you don't want to get caught outdoors! After the tornado, students should see what needs to be fixed. Have students fill in the blanks with words from the word bank. Then ask students to draw a line between an action and whether it should be done before, during, or after a tornado. Ask students to drag the statements to the boxes before, during, and after for tornado preparedness. As a class, read the paragraph about Jake and discuss what Jake can do before, during, and after a tornado to be better prepared.