Beach Erosion Teacher Resources
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Exploring Beach Erosion in the Great Lakes
Fourth graders conduct an experiment. In this beach erosion lesson, 4th graders define erosion, brainstorm ways to stop erosion, view pictures and video clips of erosion, and complete an experiment that models the process of erosion.
4th Science 7 Views 35 Downloads
Sands of Time
Young scientists take a close looks a samples of sand that come from three different beaches. They use microscopes to view the three slides, and make observations on a worksheet. At the end of the activity, learners share their observations, then take another look at the slides to see if they can determine which beach the sand came from.
3rd - 4th Science 3 Views 1 Download
The Ocean Floor and Shore Zones
Make textbook reading more engaging using this reading activities activity, through which scholars review major features found on the ocean floor and the processes that formed these features. They complete 11 terms in a crossword puzzle, 4 fill-in-the-blank, and 6 short-answer questions.
7th - 10th Science 13 Views 78 Downloads
New Review Sea Turtle Coloring & Activity Book
Learning about sea turtles is exciting enough at it is, but this activity book takes things to a whole new level. Including a word search, maze, and crossword puzzle as well as coloring, drawing, and connect-the-dots activities, this resource will capture the engagement of all learners as they investigate these amazing ocean animals.
K - 5th Science 12 Views 5 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Coasts and Reefs: Shallow Marine Processes
A more thorough presentation on coastal systems would be difficult to find! Detailed diagrams illuminate the offshore, shoreface, foreshore, and backshore zones of beach. The sources and movement of sediments along the coastline are explained with photographs and text.
9th - Higher Ed Science 6 Views 16 Downloads
Watershed Works: Unit 2
The second of a three-unit lesson plan, this focuses on how human-made structures affect watersheds. Using watershed models that were built during the first unit, junior geologists now place buildings, dams, or levees into the models and make observations about the movement of water.
5th - 8th Science 18 Views 40 Downloads
Erosion, and its prevention, is the focus of this fascinating Earth Science lesson. After viewing a PowerPoint presentation on beach erosion, small groups conduct an in-class experiment where they try to determine which material is the best to reduce erosion at the beach.
5th Science 14 Views 41 Downloads
The Work of Waves and Wind
This is not revolutionary, but it is informative. Earth science viewers in grades 7-12 get carried away with wave and wind erosion. They view diagrams of how waves impact ocean shorelines. They see examples of the different types of sand dunes and how they are formed.
7th - 12th Science 22 Views 60 Downloads
The Earth Around Us: Air, Water & Soil
Second graders explore erosion and find the factors effecting erosion of hillsides. In this erosion lesson, 2nd graders experiment by creating a hillside and simulating rain. Students discuss and record their results on a worksheet.
2nd Science 3 Views 38 Downloads
Students explore the role of chemicals in the pollution and destruction of ecosystems. They research factors that affect ecosystems and the methods being employed to counter them. In addition, they choose one water ecosystem that has been affected by the factor they have been assigned and prepare an environmental-impact statement about it.
6th - 8th Science 3 Views 7 Downloads
Changing Nature's Course: A Look at the Kissimmee River
Students study the effects of human modification on the Kissimmee River in Florida; and make generalizations about what they have learned and apply them to human actions and their environmental consequences elsewhere on the globe.
9th - 12th Science 3 Views 4 Downloads
Nonpoint Source Pollution in Long Island Sound
Students examine and identify the types of nonpoint pollution on Long Island Sound. In groups, they walk the shoreline, collect trash and identify its source. Using that information, they create a variety of graphs of the different types of trash they found.
6th - 8th Language Arts 3 Views 13 Downloads