This is a pack of worksheets with Math problems students can do on Google Maps. The problems cover a range of activities, but my class particularly liked the activity based on Disneyland where they had to zoom in on Street View as well as use the Earth function to mathematically calculate the number of car parks in a particular structure at Disneyland, and also calculate the commercial profitability of the car park.
This lesson may be used as part of a complete curriculum, but they also work well for independent learners or substitute plans. Includes a teacher plan, content from guided web quest, and a lab activity. This lesson provides students with an introduction into the concepts of communities and ecological succession. Topics include: Keystone & Foundation Species Umbrella & Indicator Species Primary & Secondary Succession Pioneer & Climax Communities
Earth Science - Weathering, Erosion, or Deposition? Strategies for teaching students how landforms are created through weathering, erosion, and deposition. Includes free cooperative learning sorting activity from Laura Candler.