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Weathering and Erosion

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Weathering + Erosion Stations

Any time spent in my corner of the cyber world and you'll learn that I love stations. I love giving kids a chance to explore and learn on their own in hands on ways. Today, I'm sharing my tips and tricks for organizing and planning for exploration stations to learn about weathering and erosion in second grade.

Looking for an engaging experiment to teach your students about weathering and erosion? Read this blog post to learn about the one I did with my students. It even allowed them to activate background knowledge to make predictions about what would happen! Plus, you can learn a little bit about my Weathering and Erosion Tabbed Booklet.

Read how I carried out an experiment on weathering and erosion with my upper elementary class. Students get to use background knowledge to make predictions!

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Weathering and erosion change the Earth around us. Students will love learning about weathering and erosion with these great lessons. It's a low prep time saving resource for your jr. high science class!
These Boom Cards are specific to Sedimentary Rocks and landforms, weathering, erosion, and deposition. You'll get fifty multiple-choice cards, but students will answer only twenty questions each time they play. These questions are perfect for face-to-face instruction, distance learning, or a combination of both. They are also great for for reteaching, reviewing, and they are great for kids that have missed instruction or need a little extra help.
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