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"I divided the class into 3 teams. We formed a landform using giant Legos for each team. Then, each member of the team took turns breaking off a Lego from the landform (weathering), crab walked with their piece (erosion) and created a new landform on the other side (deposition). The team that created the new landform 1st won."

Complete hands-on Rocks unit for teaching about Rock Cycle, Erosion, & Natural Hazards. For grades 2, 3, and 4. Meets Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

Weather and Climate: Earth Science Interactive Notebook

The Earth Science Interactive Notebook: Weather and Climate chapter will never leave students feeling “cloudy” about their lessons. Each chapter in the series will showcase many activities for the students to process the information given by the teacher then allow them to use self-direction to apply their new knowledge. The engaging activities always vary to enable all students to use and benefit from different learning styles.