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Really cool lesson about the Rock Cycle using Sugar cubes! This website has so many different experiments that teachers can use to demonstrate different concepts in science! This activity aligns with the NYS Science Standards 1 & 4. However, the website aligns with the all of the NYS Science Standards.
Understanding the fundamentals of soil is crucial to its condition. For centuries we have been cultivating a plethora of land and have only considered the figurative surface of effects we have on the land. In order to continue feeding the world, we must implement benign ways of producing our food. Soil erosion is a long-known negative impact and we have the intelligence and potential for innovative ways of completely eliminating this impact.
7 DIY Baking Soda Projects for Kids | Arm & Hammer™
Watch the lava flow with ARM & HAMMER™Baking Soda. Shape cardboard into a cone and use a cup to create an opening at the top. Spread Plaster of Paris over the cone, let dry, and decorate as desired. Separately, mix 1/4 cup vinegar with a few drops of dishwashing liquid, water, and red food coloring. Place 1 tsp. of baking soda in another cup and place inside crater. Then dump the liquid mix into crater and watch the lava magic happen.
The Best Free Printable: What is the Difference between Weathering and Erosion? - The Natural Homeschool
In this post, you will learn the difference between weathering and erosion. You will also have the opportunity to print out your free printable set to practice what you have learned. We hope you enjoy it and learn a lot!