Water Erosion & Deposition BUNDLE - Streams - Erosion - Groundwater - Tides
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- I am so excited to be able to offer my complete Earth Science Curriculum! This curriculum comes with a workbook for each unit EXCEPT weather. Weather is included, but I don't use a workbook for weather. This is a FULL YEAR CURRICULUM. The following units are included. I've linked each unit to its buPrice $220.00Original Price $301.25Save $81.25
Who knew water, erosion, and deposition activities and worksheets could be ENGAGING?! Give yourself a break, organize your students, and ENGAGE them with PPTs and activities! Topics within the bundle include: stream development, erosion, groundwater formations and erosion, ocean shoreline erosion - tides, waves, and longshore current. Students will investigate erosional forces on the ground, in the ground, and along the coastline! Includes introduction and activity for each topic, a review and editable test for the unit.
The following resources are included:
Welcome to hydrology! This resource includes 9 student pages that introduce hydrology, erosional forces, and the stages of stream development. A stream table lab is included. Your students will be ENGAGED and DOING. Below is an outline of the student pages.
- Introduction to hydrology and erosion (this one page student fill in the blank handout comes with a 10 slide PPT. It is meant to be a brief introduction.
- Vocabulary sheet (for reference) on the parts of a stream.
- Stream development: Students will illustrate directions that explain the difference between a young, mature, and old stream.
- Development of a meander: Diagram with explanations and three student questions.
- Formation of an oxbow lake: Similar to meander handout; meant to be completed together.
- Stream table lab (3 pages): Directions, diagramming, questions.
- Labeling the parts of a stream.
STREAM TABLES, SAND, BUCKETS OF WATER WITH TUBING NEEDED FOR LAB.
ENGAGE your students on the topic of groundwater! Yes, groundwater! My students LOVE this section! Begin with a PPT jam packed with cool pictures and definitions of groundwater formations. Terms include: groundwater, aquifer, well, artesian well, water table, spring, hot spring, geyser, care, carbonic acid, stalagmite/ stalactite, sink hole. Student notes are in the form of fill-in-the-blank.
Next, you'll do a demonstration for kids (preview) showing the difference between permeable and impermeable surfaces. Demo includes handout and follow-up questions. I know the demo seems simple - but it's powerful! I promise! For the demo you'll need: 4 clear jars or cups, play doh, sand, gravel/pebbles, dyed water.
Finally, a rubric and directions are included for students to diagram and write about 4 groundwater formations. Students illustrate, color, and explain 4 of the formations. It really makes them think!
Waves, tides, and the longshore current cause erosion of our coastline. But how do I engage my students with these seemingly boring topics? I've got you covered! This resource includes a PPT, fill-in-the-blank notes, and a tides graphing activity - using real tide information!
Save yourself a headache with these print-and-go resources.
❤Included is a PowerPoint introduction to the forces at work shaping our coastlines: waves, longshore current, and tides, with fill-in the blank student note sheets.
❤Also included is a graphing activity to help students gain experience with reading a tide chart and identifying spring and neap tides. Teacher notes are included. This graphing activity takes about 1 1/2 class periods.
❤Finally, a quick review sheet. All answers included.
This crossword puzzle is a great review for water, erosion, and deposition. It covers the topics of hydrology, erosion, stream development, groundwater formations, and coastal erosion processes, including tides. It perfectly aligns with my Water, Erosion, and Deposition Bundle.
►The following terms are included: clay, channel, longshore current, abrasion, geyser, carbonic acid, source, old, old faithful, limestone, spring, artesian well, moon, Florida, impermeable, gully, meander, oxbow, erode, erosion, water table, banks, bed, sand, neap, quartz, rill, basalt, olivine, aquifer, sediment, young, hotspring, pore space, mature, mouth. The page of clues is shown in the preview.
►Answer key included
If you look at the preview, the entire student workbook is shown. Reasons to use the workbook:
- Get all copying done for WEEKS in one fell swoop.
- No interactive notebooks! No cutting and taping and gluing and where are my scissors?
- Have all copies organized for YOUR sake. NO piles of papers!
- Have all papers organized for your students. NO looking for papers after they're sick!
- Students are able to see progression of the chapter/unit and know what to anticipate and see how close they are to the test.
- You won't need a textbook! It's ALL in the workbook!
- For grading purposes, have students open to the page(s) being graded and stack them open to that page on your counter.
- Once you use ONE workbook, your students will be asking for them! They LOVE them!
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