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This is a lab activity will give students an opportunity to use stream tables to learn about erosion and deposition. Students will log their observations and determine the relationship between water velocity and stream gradients. Students will also learn about stream loads, discharge, and the dif
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(Science TEKS 5.7B, 4.3C) Students will explore how landforms are formed using stream tables as models. Canyons and deltas will be formed within this hands-on lesson.
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Students will learn first hand about factors that cause erosion with this lab. Materials needed per group: metal or disposable paint pan, sand, rubber tubing, water, textbooks and rocks. Students will build a stream table with sand and a paint pan. They will observe how the depth of the channel, sha
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29 slide power point. I use this power point when I do stream tables. Great for Earth Science class (middle school and High School)...Delete/change a few slides can be used for 4-8 grade. Topics: Water Cycle, Parts of a river, river profile, a series of slides that show a meander being formed.Youth
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This set includes a teacher prep guide, pictures, answer keys and worksheets in .docx format. I wrote this for a high school earth science class. You can modify it as needed for your class. My students absolutely loved playing in the sand and observing in real-time how rivers erode their banks. Li
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After conducting the stream table experiment, student explain their understanding of weathering, erosion, and deposition. They will fold a paper in half lengthwise and cut the front flap into three parts, then complete the foldable using the directions. Points for grading are also included.
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The purpose of this lab is to identify stream/river characteristics and changes over time on the physical environment. Note: Users of this lab would need access to a stream table.
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This Powerpoint is written to include example pictures for the Stream Table Lab set. It include samples of a young river, old river, River Delta, and examples of students work. It can be modified for your classes need, or used with your own pictures to show your students what they need to do. This
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This laboratory exercise takes students through the basics of building a stream using a stream table, discovering how a stream forms, observing erosion and deposition in a stream, and calculating velocity, relief, and gradient of a stream. Students also build several different streams to see how s
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This lab focuses on river systems and how they are changed from weathering, erosion, and deposition from water. Students set up stream tables and flow water through them at two different rates. They use labels to show where things were and how they changed. It includes the lab, the labels, and teach
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Three page lab where students use stream table to learn the different parts of a river. Easy to modify to fit your needs.
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a POGIL-inspired inquiry activity using stream tables. Used in middle school.
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It’s the end of the school year, so your end-of-year activities need to be on-point to keep kids engaged! This boat building STEM / STEAM Challenges is perfect for summer – or any time of the year! It brings the joy back to your classroom with collaborative, hands-on, brain-busting work (disguised
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Complete lesson plan including • answer key • step by step implementation guide • 4 stations (one on each type of erosion - wind, water, gravity, and glaciers). These are hands-on stations with readily available household type materials. They can be done as a jigsaw activity, where each grou
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This is a now 700 slide PowerPoint presentation with built-in class notes (red slides), built in hands-on activities with directions, challenge activities, built-in quiz with answers, games, worksheets, 4 page homework, answer key, lesson notes, and much more. Newly Updated with full 150 slide Power
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Save yourself hours of prep time and a headache with this bundle. The following is included... Hydrology, Erosion, and Stream Introduction Designed for grades 7-9, this product contains a 10 slide intro PPT with student fill-in-the-blank notes, stream development handout, vocab sheet with parts of
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This is a 500 slide PowerPoint presentation with built-in class notes (red slides), many built-in hands-on activities with directions, questions, stream table activity about levees (stream table optional), class project / town meeting role playing project about a dam, many video links, 3 page homew
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This is a general list of river and stream vocabulary as well as an overview of erosion. It was used along with a stream table to introduce the vocabulary to students, but could also be used alone.
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In this lab, students will create different landforms and discover how they are changed through different forces of erosion. I use this as a whole group lab, and we talk about what we could use to model wind, rain, and a river. This lab could easily be adapted to small group or independent. I have
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This boat building STEM / STEAM Challenges is the perfect end of the year activity, or for summer – or any time of the year! Bring the joy back to your classroom with collaborative, hands-on, brain-busting work (disguised as fun)! The basic premise: Individually, or in partners/groups, students
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Designed for grades 7-9, this product contains a 10 slide intro PPT with student fill-in-the-blank notes, stream development handout, vocab sheet with parts of a stream, and an inquiry lab designed to help students understand the development and parts of a stream. STREAM TABLES, SAND, BUCKETS OF WAT
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Four page lab on the relationship between slope and stream velocity. Students use stream table and food coloring to calculate stream velocity. Six in-depth questions. Great for Earth Science class.
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In this observation lab students will use stream tables to observe how rivers form. When students are done they will understand how natural landslides can cause river course changes, how meanders are formed, how heavier sediment gets deposited quicker than lighter sediment like silt and clay, why r
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***TEKS ALIGNED***An engaging lab for your students to experience weathering, erosion, and deposition in real life. Great for deepening their understanding of how these changes occur and relate to each other. Set up: stream table(s) set up on an incline (I used blocks) with sand packed at the top. N
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