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Rocks and Minerals: Earth Science Interactive Notebook

The Earth Science Interactive Notebook: Rocks and Minerals chapter showcase student’s ability to: •Explain how minerals are identified •Explain how minerals form from magma and solutions •Identify and describe the three major groups of rocks •Describe the rock cycle •Describe how sedimentary rocks are formed

Weather and Climate: Earth Science Interactive Notebook

The Earth Science Interactive Notebook: Weather and Climate chapter will never leave students feeling “cloudy” about their lessons. Each chapter in the series will showcase many activities for the students to process the information given by the teacher then allow them to use self-direction to apply their new knowledge. The engaging activities always vary to enable all students to use and benefit from different learning styles.

FREE 6-12 designed to help you understand the Next Generation Science Standards for earth and space sciences both middle school and high school. These standards, and the details behind them, have been re-organized in this product to be easier to read, understand, and implement in your classroom.

Weather Unit - NASA's Our World: What Is Weather? Video - This NASA video segment focuses on the relationship between weather and climate. Learn more about the interconnectedness of heat, air pressure, winds, and moisture to produce local weather.

Paul Andersen introduces his video series on the Next Generation Science Standards. This video series will eventually contain: - 8 Science and Engineering Practices - 7 Crosscutting Concepts - 44 Disciplinary Core Ideas Intro Music Atribution Title: I4dsong_loop_main.wav Artist: CosmicD Link to sound: http://www.freesound.org/people/CosmicD/s...

9 YouTube Channels to Help You Teach Science

Believe it or not students and parents might just look to your website for study help and reinforcement. Providing them with opportunities to engage in learning outside the classroom is valuable!