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Teaching Earth Science


A Collection of Classroom Activities and Lesson Plans


Here is a list of teacher resources that can easily be modified and incorporated into the earth science classroom.



Rocks - Igneous, Metamorphic & Sedimentary
Sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous rocks

Rocks and Minerals: Photos of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks that you can share via computer projection or assign as study. We also have information on minerals成人自拍视频 and their uses.


A full spectrum of NASA resources for Earth and space science education. Activities and content for Pre-K through Higher Education plus informal education.

A collection of K-12 oceanography resources for teachers and students, from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Teach Plate Tectonics With Drawings
convergent boundary

Teaching Plate Tectonics: Use these easy-to-draw illustrations to teach your students about plate tectonics. Step-by-step teaching plan that can be modified for a variety of grade levels.

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A large collection of Earth science activities developed by practicing teachers. Designed for easy implementation and adaptive to a variety of teaching situations.

NASA's Climate Kids website brings climate science to life with fun games, interactive features, and exciting articles.


Diamonds Don't Form From Coal!
diamonds formed from deep source eruptions

Diamonds Don't Form From Coal: Lots of students are being taught that diamonds form from coal. That is almost entirely false. A very small minority of diamonds have formed with coal as their carbon source. Most of Earth's diamonds formed deep in the mantle long before the first land plant (the source sediment of coal) existed! This article explains how diamonds form and why coal should not be considered the primary carbon source.


SciJinks is weather and Earth science made fun for middleschool kids. It has games, activities, videos, and “Now I get it” articles.


These resources are useful for 7-12 grade science educators. USGS has complete teaching modules, structured classroom activities, and resources for many topics.
DonorsChoose.org Small Grants for Science Teachers
A two-page proposal might win $200 to $600 in science supplies for your students. Thousands of teachers win these grants every year. .

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Your students can get free printable graph paper, printable maps, printable calendars and more at WaterproofPaper.com, a website affiliated with jpum.net.


An organization providing resources, professional development, education conferences, and much more!


NSTA's list of science teaching societies in U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Find professional development near you.

rock pictures Photos of Common Rock Types
Photos of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks that you can share via computer projection or assign as study.
difficult to identify The Most Difficult Rocks to Identify
An experienced geologist admits that he is seriously challenged when students bring him rocks to identify. The article includes tips for dealing with student specimens that can't be identified with confidence.
Rock mineral and fossil kits Rock, Mineral and Fossil Kits
Get a rock, mineral or fossil kit to teach your students about earth materials and how to identify them. We offer ten different kits in various sizes.
Geologic Time Scale Geologic Time Scale
This printable geologic time scale is easy to understand and is not too complex. A word document that you can print for reference or classroom use with students.

The Geological Society has compiled many teacher resources from their own material, web-based resources, and printed teaching support material.
teacher resources Diamonds Don't Form From Coal:
Many students are being taught that diamonds form from coal. Most diamonds formed before Earth's first coal seam was deposited and before the first land plant.

Science-Teachers has many types of science teaching materials like activities, worksheets, and lesson plans for upper elementary and middle school science teachers.

This website has a great assortment of earth science, geography, astronomy, etc. material that can be used as lesson plans and even classroom activities.

Illinois State Museum has a great assortment of earth science lesson plans to help teachers explain the material to students in grades K-12.

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Rocks
Rocks: Galleries of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock photos with descriptions.
Minerals
Minerals: Information about ore minerals, gem materials and rock-forming minerals.
Volcanoes
Volcanoes: Articles about volcanoes, volcanic hazards and eruptions past and present.
Gemstones
Gemstones: Colorful images and articles about diamonds and colored stones.
General Geology
General Geology: Articles about geysers, maars, deltas, rifts, salt domes, water, and much more!
Geology Store
Geology Store: Hammers, field bags, hand lenses, maps, books, hardness picks, gold pans.
Earth Science Records
Earth Science Records: Highest mountain, deepest lake, biggest tsunami and more.
Diamond
Diamonds: Learn about the properties of diamond, its many uses, and diamond discoveries.

USGS explains the Water Cycle through a clickable diagram that covers all aspects dealing with the water cycle. There are a few versions of the diagram available for teachers to use in the classroom.

This website offers Earth science activities, classroom journals, educational links, and a place for teachers to share information.

Over 25 hands-on science activities that the educator can print and use along with information on science standards.



A great set of activities that can be used with students from grades 5 through 12.

Science class has a great variety of science topics, and accompanying each topic there are multiple activities, internet resources, demonstrations, and much more.

John Lahr has a great list of hands-on learning activities and lesson plans to use in the earth science classroom.

A variety of Earth science activities, ideas from teachers, related resources, and student interactions for classroom use.

A radio series that has a variety of discussions that the educator can use in the classroom. Also ideas for using the radio show in class.

The Science of petroleum Geology is explained through this website. This website helps discover rocks, fossils, drilling for oil, sandstone, and much more that can easily be used by educators.

Discovery Education offers teacher resources for science, math, social studies, and more.


DonorsChoose.org Small Grants for Science Teachers
A two-page proposal might win $200 to $600 in science supplies for your students. Thousands of teachers win these grants every year. .

and
Your students can get free printable graph paper, printable maps, printable calendars and more at WaterproofPaper.com, a website affiliated with jpum.net.


An organization providing resources, professional development, education conferences, and much more!


NSTA's list of science teaching societies in U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Find professional development near you.



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