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    3 day erosion experiment: what causes the most erosion? wind/water/glacial trays

    This is a science experiment that displays what water does to the shoreline of the ocean. In class, explain how the beach is made. It is made by the erosion of rock formations that are moved on shore by the waves. You can put sand in a cup and make a "land formation" and show what the waves do to it as they splash up to the beach.

    great erosion activity!!

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    Have your kids ever asked you "How are mountains made?" Find out with this fun and YUMMY Science Experiment for Kids!

    The foldables are for older kids, but this erosion experiment could easily be done in Pre-K.- Working 5 to 9 .... Math and Science: 5th Grade Science Foldables and other scienc projects

    Erosion and Landforms Science Lab. A FREE lab sheet with directions and questions for students is available to download at the end of this post.

    We will rock you rock cycle song...EROSION --kids will LOVE it

    Weathering and Erosion Worksheet

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    Weathering & Erosion - Free Science Lesson Plans, Activities, Powerpoints, Interactive Games

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    Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain. Kids love experiments! WEATHER UNIT @Alyssa Umscheid!?

    Free shipping and returns on Thames & Kosmos 'Rocket Science' Experiment Kit at Nordstrom.com. How to become a rocket scientist? This kit is a good start. A step-by-step manual guides kids (and adults) through 18 mind-propelling experiments, from a "stomp on" rocket launcher to water- and air-powered models that demonstrate action, reaction, gravity and inertia. So whether you're wondering about air pressure or trying to escape Earth's gravitation pull, this all-inclusive bundle makes a fun first step.

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