Erosion Magic School Bus "Rocks and Rolls" Video Response Form
This kid-friendly video response form about the break down of rocks and erosion can be used to assess students' knowledge taught in the Magic School Bus "Rocks and Rolls" episode. A summary of the episode states:
“To celebrate the founding of Walkerville, Mrs. Frizzle's class sculpts a stone likeness of Walkerville's founding father, Captain Walker - but the statue tumbles down the mountain. Ms. Frizzle turns the bus into a giant boulder, the kids into rock-kids, and they give chase. By the time they reach the celebration at the base of the mountain, they've been pushed, tossed, sanded, polished, and eroded by water - as has the statue, now the size of the soccer ball. The kids are sure they've let everyone down - until they look back at the mountain for the surprise of their lives!”
This form can be introduced before or after students watch the episode about erosion. It also can be used in small groups to enhance discussions about the breakdown of rocks by water and ice.
This worksheet is one page in length. An answer key is included.
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