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650 resources with the concept the earth

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Heat Transfer

For Students 8th - 10th
In this heat transfer worksheet, students observe photographs of the various ways heat is transferred. Included is a radiator giving off heat that rises and cools as it settles, the sun radiating heat to the earth and a house absorbing...
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Light for the Moon and Earth

For Students 2nd - 3rd
For this moon and earth worksheet, students color the dark side of the moon and earth brown, and the light sides yellow, after reading that the sun give light to the moon and earth.
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Our Changing Earth

For Students 1st - 2nd
In this earth activity, students look at a pair of pictures to determine which one shows change by wind, and which shows change by water. Students then color both pictures.
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The Earth

For Students 1st - 3rd
In this Earth activity, students determine "how much they know about Earth and answer 2 questions, then use a key to color a picture of the planet.
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If I Was A...? Worksheet: Planet Earth

For Students 5th
In this writing about Earth worksheet, 5th graders pretend they are Planet Earth and then use their knowledge of Earth to answer the questions.
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Earth and Moon Facts

For Students 2nd - 3rd
In this Earth and moon worksheet, students learn the orbiting path of the moon around the Earth by tracing its path. Students color the Earth blue and green and the moon gray. Students then complete several questions about the moon and...
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The Planets in our Solar System

For Students 5th
In this solar system worksheet, students will write in the nine planets that are found orbiting around our sun in our solar system.
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It is the Earth!

For Students 1st - 2nd
In this earth worksheet, students read a 2 paragraph factual passage about the differences between a globe and the Earth. Students answer 3 questions.
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Education Academy

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students identify the key issues and critical concerns associated with environmental ethics for the 21st century. They articulate their role and personal responsibility with respect to the earth and its systems. Students explore and...
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The Earth

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders examine the relationship between the Earth and the Sun. They define key vocabulary terms, and in small groups conduct Internet research, exploring a variety of websites. Students answer comprehension questions, and...
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It's Hot

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders examine the effect of sunlight on the earth. Individually, they pick an article of clothing out of a bag and sort themselves based on the color of the shirt and whether it should be worn on a cold or a hot day. To end the...
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Looking into Eratosthenes' Radius of the Earth

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students, in small groups, research Eratosthenes and his calculations of the Earth's radius. They write a summary of the person, the experiments and his calculations to determine how accurate Eratosthenes was in his estimations of the...
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Tanabata, Astronomy

For Teachers K - 1st
Young scholars identify different aspects of Astronomy in Japanese. They identify the sun, moon, and Earth. Also students investigate the origins of The Tanabata Festival and how it is celebratedin modern times.
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Geography: World Dynamics

For Teachers K - 12th
Pupils discuss and examine how the world is changing. After reading an article, they discover the immediate changes that have taken place and how they have effected living things. They complete a worksheet identifying the changes as...
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Global Symposium

For Teachers 9th
Ninth graders work together to develop a sysnopis on the Earth. Using the Internet and print sources, they focus on one country to research and determine its condition. They offer possible solutions to the problem and share their...
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The Greenhouse Effect

For Teachers 7th - 8th
Students complete a group experiment which simulates the greenhouse effect as well as compare the climate on Earth to the climate on Venus following a class discussion on the greenhouse effect.
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Land VS. Water

For Teachers 1st
First graders brainstorm different places on Earth in which they have noticed water. They observe, through playing a game, if there is more water or land on Earth then tally their results on class white board.
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Earth

For Teachers 1st
First graders define what a planet is and study the planet earth. They examine the effects of the sun on the earth and make a model.
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Wow, Saturn Is Much Bigger Than Earth!

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Students compare and contrast the sizes of Earth and Saturn. They create scale illustrations of each planet and label them. They share their models with the class.
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Dancing Water

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders take a virtual field trip to Yellowstone National Park. They practice using new vocabulary pertaining to geyers. They use different technology tools to help them explain these concepts.
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Earth/Globe (poles & equator)

For Teachers 1st
First graders create his/her own paper mache earth and label the poles and equator. The land masses can be added and labeling of specific bodies of water. The paper mache earth can then be used to discuss the sun, moon, and the earth and...
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How Far Away is SOHO?

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students create a scale model of the Earth and the sun that demonstrates where the SOHO satellite is in relation to the Earth.
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May Earth be Revolving around the Sun?

For Teachers 9th
Ninth graders explore how Aristarchus used the position of the half-full Moon to estimate the distance to the Sun, and how he made a great error, but still figured out that the Sun is much larger than Earth.
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Understanding Rotation

For Teachers 1st
First graders do an experiment on the rotation of the earth.