How to teach weathering, erosion, and deposition. FUN!

Changes to the EARTH Interactive Notebook Foldable by Science Doodles

A great list of many science experiments for school age kids. Some of the topics that are covered are: Force, Motion, and Simple Machines, Geology, Landforms, Weathering, and Erosion and many more.

Teaching idea when I'm actually teaching it! FREE Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition Sorting Activity from Laura Candler Teaching Resources

7 Ideas to Teach Slow Changes: Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition — The Science Penguin

7 Ideas to Teach Slow Changes: Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition

Print and Go! Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition Interact

Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition Interactive Printables Weathering & Erosion

Erosion:  "The Great Race"  (This experiment shows children the effects weather has on erosion... water, glacial, and wind).  From The Mailbox

Erosion experiment - rain, glacial and wind This could be used as an experiment during class. This way the students could see how the process of erosion works on a smaller scale.

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Science Anchor Charts

Weathering Erosion Deposition Anchor charts is a useful tool to help students understand how human processes influence spatial patterns. This relates back to the standard

Weathering Erosion and Deposition Game -  Each team had to weather away a piece of their Lego landform, crabwalk (erode it) to the other end of the room, and deposit it on the desk.  It showed how weathering away of rock makes it smaller and smaller, erosion is when sediment gets moved from one place to another, and deposition is when sediment gets dropped off to make new landforms.

Beakers and Bumblebees - Weathering, Erosion & Deposition game: students create a lego structure, weather a piece away, erode it across the room (crab walk) then deposit it on another table.

Weathering Experiment: freeze water in Styrofoam cups. The cracks in the cup represents what happens to rock when water freezes and expands.

Weathering Experiment: freeze water in Styrofoam cups. The cracks in the cup represents what happens to rock, sidewalks, pipes, etc. when water freezes and expands.

7 Ideas to Teach Slow Changes: Erosion station activities give students additional time to explore and review.

7 Ideas to Teach Slow Changes: Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition

Scholastic StudyJams video on Weathering and Erosion.  They also have videos for Landforms and Soil.   The videos are awesome and use superheroes to explain the concepts.

Scholastic StudyJams video on Weathering and Erosion. They also have videos for Landforms and Soil. The videos are awesome and use superheroes to explain the concepts. (Need to look at for Age range that it is appropriate.

In this post, you will learn the difference between weathering and erosion. You will also can print out your free printable set to practice.

What is the Difference between Weathering and Erosion? {Free Printables

Erosion and Weathering printable lesson plan. This free lesson plan will make it easy to teach weathering and erosion to your children!

This Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition poster is designed to aide students in understanding that weathering, erosion, and deposition lead to the formation of new landforms. Weathering BREAKS down the rock into sediment, erosion MOVES the sediment to new places, and deposition DROPS the rock in a new place.The Texas TEK (4.7B) is listed within the poster.

Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition

This Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition. This helps students understand that these three aspects lead to creations of landforms and how each landform is made differently in the regions.

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