If you are searching for resources to help teach children all about hurricanes, then you should visit this Environmental Canada site. First, a glossary of hurricane terms is provided to help children understand the essentials. Following, visitors can gain a basic understanding of how hurricanes form and why they spin. To help students further understand the process, the site describes how to make your own hurricane in the bathtub. Users can find essential guidance on how to prepare for a hurricane and what to do during a hurricane. The site also provides a fun Hurricane Word Search puzzle. Lastly, students can learn interesting facts about previous hurricanes such as the longest lasting cyclone and the largest hurricane. This site is also reviewed in the September 19, 2003 NSDL Physical Sciences Report.