How to experience an earthquake - a simple way to build an earthquake simulator so your students can feel a 'quake' first hand.

How to experience an earthquake - a simple way to build an earthquake simulator so your students can feel a 'quake' first hand.

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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!

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!

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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!

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!

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STEM Challenge: April brings Earth Day and this challenge is all about an earth topic! Its an earthquake simulation activity that has students building and shaking! Note: This challenge may be purchased in a money-saving bundle!In this challenge students will be using materials to design a three story structure that can withstand being shaken in a mild earthquake simulation.

STEM Challenge: April brings Earth Day and this challenge is all about an earth topic! Its an earthquake simulation activity that has students building and shaking! Note: This challenge may be purchased in a money-saving bundle!In this challenge students will be using materials to design a three story structure that can withstand being shaken in a mild earthquake simulation.

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Engineering: Earthquake Simulator SRP Tie In: ? Materials: Marshmallows, toothpicks, jello, aluminum pans

Engineering: Earthquake Simulator SRP Tie In: ? Materials: Marshmallows, toothpicks, jello, aluminum pans

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Earthquake Lesson - STEM - A photograph of an assembled, homemade structure constructed out of marshmallows and toothpicks. The structure is sitting on a bed of orange Jell-O®.

Earthquake Lesson - STEM - A photograph of an assembled, homemade structure constructed out of marshmallows and toothpicks. The structure is sitting on a bed of orange Jell-O®.

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Help your students understand the effects of an earthquake during your fast and slow changes of the earth unit! This science experiment is perfect for engaging your students and it's a hands-on activity!

Help your students understand the effects of an earthquake during your fast and slow changes of the earth unit! This science experiment is perfect for engaging your students and it's a hands-on activity!

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