We found 345 resources with the concept erosion
An Investigative Look at Florida's SinkholesLesson Planet
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
In May of 1981, the Winter Park Sinkhole in Florida first appeared and is now referred to as Lake Rose. Scholars learn about the causes of sinkholes through an inquiry project. Then, they analyze recent data and draw conclusions to...
Utah Open Textbook: 5th Grade ScienceLesson Planet
5th CCSS: Adaptable
How do Earth's changes affect humans? Pupils learn about physical and chemical changes on Earth and how they lead to phenomena such as erosion, earthquakes, and volcanoes. Using the text, they also explore the concepts of electricity and...
Utah Open Textbook: 4th Grade ScienceLesson Planet
4th CCSS: Adaptable
How does weather affect Earth? Learners understand the characteristics of water and make predictions about weather patterns. They recognize how water and weather affects rocks and minerals through erosion. They also learn about fossils...
Design of a Canal for a New Water Park in LafayetteLesson Planet
4th CCSS: Designed
Erosion is no match for our canals. Learners first perform experiments to test the amount of erosion for different materials and different slopes. Based on the results, they design ditches or canals that carry water from one location to...
Sustainability: Learning for a Lifetime – The Importance of WaterLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Water is essential for life—and understanding the importance of clean drinking water is essential in understanding sustainability! Show your environmental science class the basics of water testing and treatment through a week-long...
Rock Cycle in the Lab: Earth Products and the Processes that Link ThemLesson Planet
6th - 9th
Middle school geologists will rock at the rock cycle, thanks to this activity. Partners examine images of rock formations, then work together to link them to the process that created them and the timeframe in which the process happened....
How To (Literally) Save EarthLesson Planet
3 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Soil naturally erodes and produces new soil at the same rate when left to nature, yet farming erodes the soil 50 times faster than it forms. The video discusses soil, the ways humans damage it through their actions, and encourages many...
How Tall Can Mountains Be?Lesson Planet
2 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Currently, the tallest mountain on Earth is Mount Everest at 8,848 meters above sea level. The video discusses how tall a mountain might reach based on gravity, rock density, and other factors such as plate tectonics and erosion.