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Published in 2018
What’s an awe-inspiring natural feature in your state? Maybe it’s a mountain, canyon, waterfall, glacier, cave, volcano, geyser, natural arch, grand vista, or something else. Identify an inspiring landscape near you, and learn about the geoscience behind it. Start with the geologic maps...
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By TED-Ed
Water covers over 70% of the Earth, cycling from the oceans and rivers to the clouds and back again. It even makes up about 60% of our bodies. But in the rest of the solar system, liquid water is almost impossible to find. So how did our planet end up with so much of this substance? And where did it...
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This activity guide has been intended to educate students in kindergarten through ninth grade to help them understnd the definition of water pollution using the basic principles of science and mathematics. The activities focus on the four main types of water polutants -- sediments, nutrients,...
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In this kinesthetic acticity, students model how the Moon's gravitational pull causes the level of the ocean to rise and fall twice a day along most coastlines.
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In this lesson students will explore the effects of acidic oceans on certain marine organisms, in the ocean food web, and to humans. Students will conduct a science experiment using the scientific method to see the effects of increased aciridity on certain species. They will also invistigate the...
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These resources help students through lectures, activities, and lessons dealing with flight. 
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Download an assortment of puzzles, brain-teasers, coloring activities, and formal curricula from NOAA's Marine Debris Program. Grades 1-12.
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What does up, must come down. Precipitation is the most commonly seen aspect of the hydrologic cycle. Students will learn how the water cycle works using 3-D paper craft activity. The students will see a demonstration of the concept of precipitation.
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Visit NASA's Space Place website for a tour of the planet Neptune! Targeted for elementary and middle level audiences and featuring NASA images, the page presents an overview of Neptune.
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Visit NASA's Space Place website for a tour of the planet Uranus! Targeted for elementary and middle level audiences and featuring NASA images, the page presents an overview of Uranus.
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Visit NASA's Space Place website for a tour of the planet Saturn! Targeted for elementary and middle level audiences and featuring NASA images, the page presents an overview of Saturn.
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Visit NASA's Space Place website for a tour of the planet Mars! Targeted for elementary and middle level audiences and featuring NASA images, the page presents an overview of Mars.
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Visit NASA's Space Place website for a tour of the planet Venus! Targeted for elementary and middle level audiences and featuring NASA images, the page presents an overview of Venus.
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Visit NASA's Space Place website for a tour of the planet Mercury! Targeted for elementary and middle level audiences and featuring NASA images, the page presents an overview of Mercury.
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Visit NASA's Space Place website for a tour inside the planet Jupiter! Targeted for elementary and middle level audiences and featuring NASA images, the page presents an overview of Jupiter, including discussions of temperature and pressure. Students can also play the game Juno-Quest to learn how...
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The purpose of this experiment is to observe fog formation.
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A kid-friendly online portal to learn about different atmospheric phenomena, like the water cycle, severe weather, rainbows and clouds, and more.
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This giant K-8 teachers guide contains educational resources relating to reducing, reusing, and recycling waste. It features hands-on lessons, activities, enrichment ideas, journal writing assignments, fact sheets, teaching notes, and more. The content is divided into three units: At the Source...
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Each face of the planetary Icosahedron displays part of the (nearly spherical) planetary surfaces. The triangles are folded so that adjacent triangles are joined exactly at their closest edges. The cut-out pattern forms the complete globe with the North and South Poles at opposite vertices. The...
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Density is a measure of the mass per unit volume of a substance. The density of seawater depends on many factors such as the concentration of salt dissolved in it and its temperature. This demonstration shows different gradients of density in ocean water.
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