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  • Magen Schindler

    Including a little bit of fun snack food into our science lesson would be enjoyable and unforgettable for students! By using oreos, students can demonstrate the movements of plates as they float above over our "liquid-like" asthenosphere, separate at divergent boundaries, subduct at convergent boundaries, and slide past each other at transform boundaries. This would be a short and memorable activity for students during our lesson about plate tectonics.

  • Tricia Bard

    Oreo plate tectonics! This is such a creative way to teach students about the concept of the Earth's shifting layers. This would be a great focus activity to get students excited about learning how the movement of the Earth's plates can cause earthquakes to occur. I try not to incorporate food into the classroom too often, but this might be fun

  • Jen Ivanoff

    Oreo plate tectonics! Great idea for earth science

  • Kelley King

    Oreo plate tectonics! I remember doing this in school! This would be a great focus activity to lead into learning how the movement of the Earth's plates can cause earthquakes to occur.

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