This note-taking guide corresponds with my “Seismic Waves of Earthquakes” PowerPoint. Students can fill in will viewing the PowerPoint. It covers the three different types of seismic waves produced by earthquakes. It also suggests on how students can demonstrate the different types of waves with a slinky. Words defined and illustrated are focus, epicenter, primary (P) waves, secondary (S) waves, surface waves, love waves, Rayleigh waves, liquefaction, seismograph, and Richter scale.