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Dynamic Planet: Exploring Changes on Earth with Science Projects
Dynamic Planet: Exploring Changes on Earth with Science Projects
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Dynamic Planet: Exploring Changes on Earth with Science Projects

Illustrated instructions guide readers through Earth Science experiments pertaining to changes on Earth, including plate tectonics, erosion, the greenhouse effect, and glaciers. An engaging way to support the Next Generation Science Standards. Experiments are simple, accessible, and something that could be used at a science fair, in the classroom, or at home. Exploring changes on Earth has never been simpler.

 
Dewey551.078
GenreInformational
  
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-6
ATOS Level5
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #174942
  
Text TypeProcedural Text
Text SubtypeCause & Effect
  
ISBN978-1-5157-1620-4
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandFact Finders
Copyright2016
  
Page Count32
LanguagesEnglish
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School Library Journal - Kathy Piehl, Minnesota State University Library, Mankato

"Projects designed for hands-on learning encourage student investigation of natural processes such as photosynthesis and sedimentation. . . .Whether moving graham crackers on frosting to simulate plate tectonics or observing decomposition rates of compost materials, students will find opportunities to translate explanations into action. Good choices for project-oriented earth science learning." - School Library Journal

November 1, 2015

Tammy Enz

Tammy Enz

Tammy Enz became a civil engineer because of her awe of the massive steel bridges that spanned the Mississippi River. She just had to figure out how they worked. Today, she still likes tinkering and figuring out how things work. When she isn't tinkering, she fixes up old houses and conducts experiments in her garden and kitchen. Most of all, she loves reading books about anything and everything and asking 'why?'

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