Science & Math Cross Curricular Connection: Problem Solving, Erosion, Weathering

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Science & Math Cross Curricular Connection: Problem Solvin
Science & Math Cross Curricular Connection: Problem Solvin
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This activity is cross-curricular with both Science and Math. Students will respond to review questions regarding slow changes to Earth's surface through erosion and weathering. In addition, students will review;

- customary measurement concepts
- metric measurement
- multi-step problem solving
- problem solving with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division


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Science & Math Cross Curricular Connection: Problem Solvin
Science & Math Cross Curricular Connection: Problem Solvin