This is an erosion experiment done comparing which type of natural erosion occurs the quickest: rain, glacier melting, or wind. This would be a great activity that could be done in class when talking about natural types of erosion. The students could postulate which they think would work the fastest, do the experiment, and write up their results which we could talk about as class.
Erosion experiment-perfect for hands on science experiments
Weekly Activities E-newsletter: Free Pattern!
5 Fun Science Experiments for Kids [VIDEO]
Fostering Inquiry with Science Notebooks -step-by-step, procedures for conducting a science inquiry lesson.
NCAEE - It's Elementary!: Inquiring Minds Want to Know
TEK 5.6C (RS) Demonstrate that light travels in a straight line until it strikes an object or travels through one medium to another and demonstrate that light can be reflected such as the use of mirrors or other shiny surfaces and refracted such as the appearance of an object when observed through water
educationjourney: Testing the Test and Earth Science
STEM Engineering Challenge: Building Boats
FREE Fact Swap Review Game for Any Subject. To begin, each student writes three facts about the subject in the top three boxes. Then students walk around the classroom swapping facts. A student must give a fact in order to get one. At the end, each student should have 9 different facts! TPT LINK
FREE Fact Swap Review Game for Any Subject
GIANT Science Notebook--a fun follow-up activity to any lab!
The Science Penguin: GIANT Notebook: A Follow-up Activity
This is a really yummy way to teach Matter, teaching matter with root beer floats! Love it....Common Core & So Much More!