Earth Science - Unit C (Grade K)
Earth is made of rock, soil, water, and gases in the atmosphere. Different landforms, such as mountains, valleys, and plains, make up Earth's surface. Water slowly shapes and changes the formation of the land. It is important to take care of our Earth by recycling and reusing products.
Why collect rocks? Because every rock has a story to tell about how Earth, and life on it, has changed over time. Learn how to create a collection that rocks!
Mundo Shamundo! With the help of these magic words, the Amazing Mundo can literally reverse the sands of time. Watch him transform worldly objects ... back into rocks in this fun comic strip.
From slow creeping continents to ground-splitting quakes, the Earth is constantly changing. Take a peek at our planet's layers, learn what secrets rocks reveal, and gain a long view of history.
Did you know that the world's deserts keep expanding each year? Or that islands have the highest animal extinction rate—75 percent? Take a closer look at the major habitats found on Earth.
By: Center for Biodiversity and Conservation — A series of pamphlets published in conjunction with the CBC's fall 1998 public presentations focusing on the effect of individuals' daily decisions and lifestyle choices on biodiversity conservation.
Educator Guide, Online Resource
An in-depth look at the life-giving and finite resource of water.
No matter what the weather or season, you can explore nature with these 11 challenges. See just how good your observation skills are by comparing butterflies, leaves, reptiles, fish, and more. Then record your own observations in a field journal.
Every language has a word for water; no living thing exists without water. It soothes the spirit and sustains the body; its beauty inspires art and music.
November 1, 2007 - May 26, 2008