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The Homeschool Den: Earth Science: Plate Movements & Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Mountain-Making

The Homeschool Den: Earth Science: Plate Movements & Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Mountain-Making

Tsunami activity using corn syrup and sand.

Tsunami activity using corn syrup and sand.

Teaching Landforms:  Hands-on activity ideas for kids, no-prep engaging landform resources, and a FREEBIE landform activity.

Teaching Landforms: Hands-on activity ideas for kids, no-prep engaging landform resources, and a FREEBIE landform activity.

Villa Augustina MS Science and Math: Ocean Projects - 6th Grade

Villa Augustina MS Science and Math: Ocean Projects - 6th Grade

layers of the earth

layers of the earth

Easy and fun to make, salt dough maps are a great visual aid for learning the geography of a country and a fun, hands-on tool for making history come alive.

Easy and fun to make, salt dough maps are a great visual aid for learning the geography of a country and a fun, hands-on tool for making history come alive.

TEK 5.7B (Readiness Standard) Recognize how landforms such as deltas, canyons, and sand dunes are the result of changes to Earth’s surface by wind, water, and ice

TEK 5.7B (Readiness Standard) Recognize how landforms such as deltas, canyons, and sand dunes are the result of changes to Earth’s surface by wind, water, and ice

Continental Drift - Geologic time scale attached

Continental Drift - Geologic time scale attached

**FREE** Student Weekly Star Reward Chart Worksheet. Support your child's positive behavior and accomplishments with this printable weekly reward chart.

**FREE** Student Weekly Star Reward Chart Worksheet. Support your child's positive behavior and accomplishments with this printable weekly reward chart.

Help your students understand the effects of an earthquake during your fast and slow changes of the earth unit! This science experiment is perfect for engaging your students and it's a hands-on activity!

Help your students understand the effects of an earthquake during your fast and slow changes of the earth unit! This science experiment is perfect for engaging your students and it's a hands-on activity!

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