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From the International Space Station: Looking at thousands of years of human history

Earth Day is April 22nd but these books work year round. They focus on real ways kids can change their habits and help the environment, on how and why we should recycle and provide cautionary tales about what could happen if we don't. Earth day books ? Yes but they are everyday books too.>> No Time for Flashcards

The ocean covers about 72 percent of the entire planet and supplies about 70 percent of our oxygen. Yet we still don’t know exactly what’s down there.

Ocean trash poster: "The most dangerous species in the Mediterranean" by habitatnews, via Flickr

Processes that Shape the Earth is an Earth’s Systems Unit that address the second grade Next Generation Science Standards. In the packet are four sections: (1) ESS1.C: How the Earth Changes (2) ESS2.A: Wind and Water Change the Land (3) ESS2.B: Physical Maps (4) ESS2.C: Where is Water? There are three leveled passages, high, medium, and low, for each section. - Earth science project also plates deconstructed

TEK 4.7A (Supporting Standard) Examine properties of soils, including color and texture, capacity to retain water, and ability to support the growth of plants

beach invasion - Otter Rock Oregon - Plastic is as ubiquitous as sand. This was from about a year before the Japanese Tsunami. It's the normal everyday state of the ocean not the aftermath of a catastrophe | Photo by Jason Karn on Flickr | Permission: CC BY-ND 2.0

Oh and I thought I was just looking at the stars at night.... Every single satellite orbiting the Earth / via vuokko

I think this is an adorable depiction of the layers of the Earth. I would definitely buy this from etsy for my classroom.

This diagram can be used for the visual learners while teaching the layers of the earth.