This 53 page unit has it all... textbook type informational pages on weathering, erosion, and deposition. At least five experiments on weathering and erosion are available, along with journal pages to write experiment and activity results. Two card activities will help students practice what they have learned. There is a landform card activity, a sorting activity where students must distinguish between examples of weathering, erosion, and deposition. There is a WHAT AM I? game that has students asking questions to try to figure out what landform or earth process is taped to their backs. Three writing activities about earth's processes and changes include, a simile/metaphor assignment, a first person narrative on what it feels like to be a large rock on our changing earth, and a diagram analysis on how the Great Lakes were formed by glaciers. This unit has two quizzes, a vocabulary quiz and a final quiz on the unit's key points of understanding. You really don't need anything else to teach weathering, erosion, and deposition. TEKS and Common Core requirements are met.