четверг, 9 июня 2016 г.

Teaching Earth Changes with a Freebie! - The Owl Teacher

Teaching Earth Changes with a Freebie! - The Owl Teacher
Teaching Earth Changes with a Freebie! - The Owl Teacher

Engage Students in learning about the changes of the earth such as earthquakes and volcanoes with these hands-on elementary science experiments and activities. And this post even has a FREEBIE!
Engage Students in learning about the changes of the earth such as earthquakes and volcanoes with these hands-on elementary science experiments and activities. And this post even has a FREEBIE!

This unit explores the three layers of the earth by a quick demonstration and by reading a related article. Then students sort characteristics of each layer (free to download at the end of the post). There is even an activity that gets students up and moving around!


http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Earth-Changes-Unit-1585817
Earth Science lesson plans and center activites for earthquakes

Then students begin exploring earthquakes through a series of experiments, including my “Catch Shifty Crust” station rotations where students are detectives on the hunt for Shifty Crust and the destruction he has caused!


Earth Science lesson plans and center activites for earthquakes
Earth Science lesson plans and center activites for earthquakes

Earth Science lesson plans and center activites for earthquakes
Earth Science lesson plans and center activites for earthquakes

Students will also be exploding over volcanoes as they explore the causes and effects of volcanoes. I have also put causation cards in for a fun, high energy activity. Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without students creating their own volcano!


Lesson plans for science
Earth science activities for volcanoes, earthquakes, erosion and more

Science activities
Earth Science Resorces for earthquakes and volcanoes

In addition to all the experiments and demonstrations, you will find practice pages, journal prompts, review sheets, and vocabulary strengtheners to help your students understand all the destructive and constructive processes that changes the earth both rapidly and slowly.


For free, I’ll give you this sheet here (Click on the picture to download).


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3KUCrcRjzzJWExLckpGcVFURU0/view?usp=sharing
Layers of the Earth Freebie

**Would you like to see more earthquake materials from this unit that is more hands-on? Go to this post here.


Original article and pictures take http://www.theowlteacher.com/2014/11/cyber-sale-and-freebie.html site


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