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Weathering Experiment: freeze water in Styrofoam cups. The cracks in the cup represents what happens to rock when water freezes and expands.

Toilet Paper Solar System Activity-I did this with third graders…it was AWESOME! I had a child stand at each spot where a planet would be located. The first 4 were practically on top of each other, the last two were out the back door…really got the point across!

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Fun Science Experiments: Magnet Magic

Explore the magic of magnet science with 4 fun science experiments and our DIY "magnetic gizmo" made from skewers and a donut magnet.

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Science Vocabulary Solutions

10 Ideas to Teach Science Vocabulary-- I love #7 for higher order thinking!

VERY cool lesson on how the 3 different types of rocks are formed! I wish I could pin the You Tube video with the chef demonstrating. Via: 2nd Grade Shenanigans: The ROCK Buffet

SC.4.E.6.2 IDENTIFY THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF COMMON EARTH-FORMING MINERALS, INCLUDING HARDNESS, COLOR, LUSTER, CLEAVAGE, AND STREAK COLOR, AND RECOGNIZE THE ROLE OF MINERALS IN THE FORMATION OF ROCKS. Everything Rocks and Minerals foldable.