Weathering and Erosion is a series of 3 mini lessons designed to teach or reteach the concepts of Weathering and Erosion. These lessons are written in story form where two children Alexis and Jamal learn about weathering and erosion from a boulder that begins to speak to them by river bed. The concepts of Weathering is addressed first with an explanation and activities to practice defining and identifying what constitutes weathering and what does not during lesson 1. In lesson 2 and 3 erosion is explained as the movement of the weathered materials with an explanation of how it is different from weathering which the students just learned about. The explanation is followed up with opportunities for the students to identify and define what erosion is and is not. Connections are made in lesson 3 between weathering and erosion and how they compare and relate to each other. Each lesson will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes to complete and requires no additional materials. I designed these mini lessons to reteach the weathering and erosion to targeted fifth grade students who had not mastered this skill on interim assessments, however these lesson can be done with a whole class and could be used for grades 3 -6. The lessons take the student through the processes of weathering and erosion as they assist Alexis and Jamal in identifying and classifying weathering and erosion. These lessons can be used together as an instructional unit or separately to target needed skills for individual students.