Do you know how is a wave formed? It is a friction between air molecules and water molecules. The energy from the wind is transferred to the water. For more interesting Geography articles and videos visit http://mocomi.com/learn/geography/

Do you know how is a wave formed? It is a friction between air molecules and water molecules. The energy from the wind is transferred to the water. For more interesting Geography articles and videos visit http://mocomi.com/learn/geography/

Track a Tsunami lesson plan. The student will understand how Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. They will portray how they’re formed, deep under the ocean surface. SS

Track a Tsunami lesson plan. The student will understand how Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. They will portray how they’re formed, deep under the ocean surface. SS

Science Kids at Home:  Great explanation of "What is sound?" and the difference between sound vibration and sound waves.

Science Kids at Home: Great explanation of "What is sound?" and the difference between sound vibration and sound waves.

Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. Discover how they’re formed, deep under the ocean surface.

Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. Discover how they’re formed, deep under the ocean surface.

Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. Discover how they’re formed, deep under the ocean surface.

Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. Discover how they’re formed, deep under the ocean surface.

Caves are cavities that form in hillsides, in cliff walls, and underground, and are accessible at Earth's surface. Typically, they form in soft, fractured, or soluble rock as a result of natural mechanical and chemical processes that continue over thousands of years. This interactive activity from NOVAoffers animated explanations for how ocean waves, lava, slightly acidic groundwater, and, in a supporting role, microbes account for the variety of cave formations on Earth.

Caves are cavities that form in hillsides, in cliff walls, and underground, and are accessible at Earth's surface. Typically, they form in soft, fractured, or soluble rock as a result of natural mechanical and chemical processes that continue over thousands of years. This interactive activity from NOVAoffers animated explanations for how ocean waves, lava, slightly acidic groundwater, and, in a supporting role, microbes account for the variety of cave formations on Earth.

Surfing the Stress Wave | Starting back to school can produce waves of stress in children’s bodies and minds.  Showing them how to ride the stress wave without jumping into reactivity or impulsive actions based on strong feelings, is a golden skill that will support children throughout their life.

Surfing the Stress Wave | Starting back to school can produce waves of stress in children’s bodies and minds. Showing them how to ride the stress wave without jumping into reactivity or impulsive actions based on strong feelings, is a golden skill that will support children throughout their life.

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