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    Experiments in this book involve Magnets, Air, Electricity,Water, Sound, Sight, Machines, Heat, Chemistry and Plants.The many illustrations are self-explanatory– a great book for budding scientists and teachers.

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    Parts of a Volcano – Nomenclature Cards – This resource will help students learn and study the various parts of a volcano: ash cloud, magma, parasitic cone, lava & ash layers, side vent, crater, pyroclastic flow, lava flow, volcanic bombs, main vent, and magma chamber.

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    A biome is a large geographical area that contains distinct plant and animal groups which are adapted to live in that environment. There can be many different habitats in a biome. Some major biomes are tundra, taiga, grasslands, deciduous forest, fresh water, desert, alpine, rainforest and ocean. When studying a specific biome, use this temperature comparison chart to record the temperature in the student’s hometown and the biome of study for a week! (Use again and again with each biome studied)

    Science meets Geography

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    Students learn best through hands-on learning. This solar eclipse activity has been designed to help students visualize a solar eclipse through using common objects to actually demonstrate one!

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    This resource will help students learn the 8 phases of the moon: new moon, waxing moon, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, last quarter and waning crescent.

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    This resource, Earth’s Layers – Nomenclature Cards, will help your students learn the names of the layers of the Earth: upper mantle, lower mantle, outer core, inner core, and crust.

    I’ve also included a set of blank cards for students to use and label themselves!

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    Here is a worksheet for students to use when the are learning about volcanoes! KWL worksheets are to be used at the beginning and end of any study.

    K – What I know (Students list everything they already know – prior knowledge)

    W – What I want to learn (Students begin thinking about what they don’t know and what they want to investigate about the given topic…i.e. volcanoes!)

    L – What I’ve learned (After the study is complete, students will complete this section giving details about what ‘new’ things they have learned)

    There is also a section for students to reveal what the most ‘interesting’ fact was that they learned. Your students will love the reflection and enjoy sharing their answers.

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    Fun, Science activity to make your very own volcano out of things you have around the house!

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    Help your students become self-learners as the plan, research, organize and most of all…LEARN as they create their own Volcano notebook project. This cross-curricular resource has been designed to inspire and guide students through the learning and reporting process as they learn how volcanoes are formed, prediction of eruptions, types of volcanoes, where they are located and more.

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    Students learn best through hands-on learning. This solar eclipse activity has been designed to help students visualize a solar eclipse by creating a simple paper model of one.

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