Creative Learning | Jello earthquakes and marshmallow-toothpick structures make a fun object lesson when learning about this shaky, quaky Earth we live on.

Jello Earthquakes and a Shakin' Quakin' Foundation

Creative Learning | Jello earthquakes and marshmallow-toothpick structures make a fun object lesson when learning about this shaky, quaky Earth we live on.

Fifth Grade Teacher, Julie Hosking, talks about Turn and Talk in her classroom and teaching Earthquake Terror.

Fifth Grade Teacher, Julie Hosking, talks about Turn and Talk in her classroom and teaching Earthquake Terror.

STEM Challenge: Build an earthquake resistant house and then try it! Give it some vigorous shaking for 15 seconds! Will it stay upright?

Shake, Rattle, and Roll! It's the Earthquake Challenge!

STEM Challenge: Build an earthquake resistant house and then try it! Give it some vigorous shaking for 15 seconds! Will it stay upright?

Help your students understand fast and slow changes of the earth through this hands-on science experiment where students explore earthquakes and different foundations.  Head to this blog post about this engaging idea!

Earthquake Simulation

Help your students understand fast and slow changes of the earth through this hands-on science experiment where students explore earthquakes and different foundations. Head to this blog post about this engaging idea!

These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about plate tectonics and earthquakes. There are two versions which contain the following vocabulary terms:   ♦ Convergent boundary, Divergent boundary, Transform boundary, Subduction zone, Fault, Convection current, Hot spot, Tectonic plate                                                                And ♦ Earthquake, Seismic wave, Magnitude, Epicenter, Seismologist, Seismograph, Continental drift, Pangaea

Geology Unit: Plate Tectonics Activity: Earthquakes, Faults, Hot Spots, etc

These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about plate tectonics and earthquakes. There are two versions which contain the following vocabulary terms: ♦ Convergent boundary, Divergent boundary, Transform boundary, Subduction zone, Fault, Convection current, Hot spot, Tectonic plate And ♦ Earthquake, Seismic wave, Magnitude, Epicenter, Seismologist, Seismograph, Continental drift, Pangaea

This is a fun activity the teacher can use when talking about natural disasters (particularly earthquakes) and how they lead to the formation of landforms. This is a cool, engaging activity (involving food) that would be appropriate for students of many a

This is a fun activity the teacher can use when talking about natural disasters (particularly earthquakes) and how they lead to the formation of landforms. This is a cool, engaging activity (involving food) that would be appropriate for students of many a

Help your students learn about earthquakes through this engaging, hands-on science experiment!  Students will understand the effects of earthquakes with this activity!

Earthquake Experiments

Help your students learn about earthquakes through this engaging, hands-on science experiment! Students will understand the effects of earthquakes with this activity!

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