Science - weathering erosion
Weathering and Erosion Graphic Organizer
A 75 slide Power Point defining and describing both primary and secondary landforms. Many questions and diagrams with colorful pictures and illust...
I heart Science kids: Where Did the Water Go?: All About Soils
Freebie Flippable Template at All Things Upper Elementary- A Collaborative Blog for 3rd though 6th Grade Teachers
A song for my sixth graders about the rock cycle, sung to the tune of "Still Fly" by Page featuring Drake. Lyrics: (Hook) Rock cycle Round and round Like the wheels on the bus rolling over the ground Igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic, for sure it's Fun just like it sounds Sedimentary rocks are made When three things happen over many days Deposi...
All About Rocks: Edible Rocks! making edible igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rock
es of rocks ~ sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic. To demonstrate how these rocks are formed we made edible rocks. I found the information here. Warning ~ these contain LOTS of sugar! We started out talking about sedimentary rocks which are formed when layers of sand, small bits of rock, clay, plants, bones and mud are piled on top of each other and eventually get compressed and harden into rocks. Sedimentary rocks are often formed in river and lake bottoms. I asked the kids why water w
making edible igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rock---great link (have used some of these ideas before and the class loved this)
Edible sedimentary rock 7-layer cookies 4) Make Seven Layer Bars. Explanation: Sedimentary rocks are made in layers. The layers of mud, sand, or even seashells are built up. The layers get squeezed and stuck together to make new rocks. This cookie is made in layers and you can still see the layers even after it is pressed and cooked.
edible rock types
This soil stations freebie will help you and your students observe soil samples and test their capacity to retain water.It contains recommendatio...
FREE Download from Science Teacher Resources. Teaching about rock types or the rock cycle? This printable lab activity can help! Objective: Students will be able to describe, compare, and model various rock cycle processes and components. Notes: This lab walks students through modeling rock cycle processes, and asks them to make analogies between the activity and the rock cycle.
FREE Download! Let students model the rock cycle with this printable, reproducible lab!
Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition Hand Motions
Study landforms using Google Earth! Fun project your students will love!
Great vocabulary ideas for reading science passages
Be a Spring Explorer: 5 Nature Activities for Kids
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.
Corkboard Connections: Weathering, Erosion, or Deposition?
Third Grade Thinkers: Science: Earth Cycles
Science- soil activity