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Flow Rates of Faucets and RiversLesson Planet
5th - 8th CCSS: Designed
Go with the flow and use a helpful resource. A set of two activities has learners investigate flow rates. They first determine the flow rate of a faucet by measuring how long it takes to fill a bucket. Using the results, they make a...
Let's Learn About Stewardship and River BasinsLesson Planet
What does it mean to be a good steward? Middle school environmentalists learn to care for their state's waterways through research, a guest speaker, and poster activity. Groups must locate and learn more about a river basin and the human...
How Did the Nile River Influence Life in Ancient Egypt?Lesson Planet
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Have you ever considered the role rivers play in everyday life? Pupils investigate the Nile River during the days of Ancient Egypt. They use maps, stories, and data to understand how the Nile influenced the Egyptians.
Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?Lesson Planet
3 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What determines the shape of the shoreline where a river meets an ocean? The video explains many causes for delta formation, including human activities and climate change. Also included are examples from around the world and throughout...
Discover the Nile RiverLesson Planet
5th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Inquisitive scholars read about the Nile River's watershed, the different animals found in a variety of biomes, and where clean water comes from as well as its usage. Four activities add to the learning process—a board game that takes...
Earth Day Unit Plan: Pollution in the Anacostia River - Biology Teaching ThesisLesson Planet
Sixth graders are able to explain that there are pollutants in the Anacostia River, what these pollutants can cause, and how to prevent further pollution. They examine the impacts that the pollutants of the Anacostia River could have on...
Introduce Vocabulary: Letting Swift River Go (Yolen)Lesson Planet
K - 3rd
If your class is reading Jane Yolen's Letting Swift River Go, explore these vocabulary words in context: faint, quench, remain, and sacred. Before reading the story aloud, acquaint learners with these words briefly. As you read,...
The Largest River on Earth Is in the SkyLesson Planet
7 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Water vapor released by trees in the Amazon creates a floating river. In fact, it's the largest river on Earth! A video presentation examines the science behind the water vapor and explains how rains seeds form to create clouds.