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Plate Tectonics: Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables

Earth Plate Tectonics... Read this page and then click on the link to This Dynamic Planet... Great maps showing the relationship of earthquakes, volcanoes and plate boundaries...

Burke Museum Site re: plate tectonics -- focussed on US Pacific NW but excellent summaries & good source of images.

This is what the Earth looked like when the continents were together. Over millions of years, the Earth gradually drifted apart from each other.

This Dynamic Earth: the story of Plate Tectonics - describes Earth's physiographic features, plate movements, and locations of volcanoes, earthquakes & impact craters.

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. In my unit, this would be a great way to talk about the globe and the fact that continents and oceans both have layers that move!

food model of plate boundary action for plate tectonics

Demonstrate Plate Tectonics movement using towels.

Letter Aa: The Continents Song--- Asia, Africa, North & South America, Antarctica, Australia and Europe too

Learning about earthquake with a hard-boiled egg. Plus plate tectonics with graham crackers and molasses. Big thanks Phyllis Bergenholtz

Read around the continent. A great book list from Jump Into a Book.