Recording the Earth's rotation with shadows - a great way to give kids a concrete understanding of how the Earth's rotation makes the sun appear to move across our sky. Also a great activity for learning preschoolers about time!
I can use this in my classroom as an introduction to plate tectonics and the boundary movements to get the students motivated and engaged. This would be a great tool to get my students to remember the movements of the boundaries.
A team of international researchers, led by Monash University’s Associate Professor Wouter Schellart, have developed a new global map of subduction zones, illustrating which ones are predicted to be capable of generating giant earthquakes and which.
science Rock Cycle - When picking rocks for hardscapes use Metamorphic rock, especially with water (so it doesn't leach anything into water) also important to know what type of rockscape animals may have evolved in.
Millions of people worldwide will practice how to Drop, Cover, and Hold On at a. on October during Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills! Oregonians can join them today by registering for the 2015 Great Oregon ShakeOut.
This illustration is the best visual depiction of my tectonic plate puzzle piece idea. I would make the orange brighter, perhaps with a slight glow so that the edges and shapes of the tectonic plates are really amplified.
You do layers of the earth right! I hope you're ready for great week ahead! Today we hit the ground running with a very detailed foldable about the layers of the Earth. Students knocked this one out of the ball park!