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Here's a photo from Kanaga Volcano, one of the most southerly members of the Aleutian Islands chain. In the foreground is a stunning view of a lava flow from a 1906 event. According to records, a trapper living on the island in 1906 experienced several earthquakes and witnessed lava pouring down both east and west sides of the cone. You can learn more about Kanaga Volcano, see images, and read about current past activity at on.doi.gov/Kanaga. Photo credit: Michelle Combs, USGS. You can…

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Living on the edge | We all know about nature's strength and we have experienced it in storms and earthquakes, but you have to see that to really understand nature's silent force and grace!

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from Keeping Life Creative

Jello Earthquakes and a Shakin' Quakin' Foundation

Creative Learning | Jello earthquakes and marshmallow-toothpick structures make a fun object lesson when learning about this shaky, quaky Earth we live on.

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So basically, I just need to live in a tent in the middle of a field somewhere and never leave for any reason, and I'll be safe... I can handle that.

So basically, I just need to live in a tent in the middle of a field somewhere and never leave for any reason, and I'll be safe... I can handle that.

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from The Owl Teacher

Earthquake Experiments

Help your students learn about earthquakes through this engaging, hands-on science experiment! Students will understand the effects of earthquakes with this activity!

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from The Owl Teacher

Earthquake Experiments

Help your students understand the effects of an earthquake during your fast and slow changes of the earth unit! This science experiment is perfect for engaging your students and it's a hands-on activity!

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