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DK Find Out! Coasts
DK

A coast is a strip of land that meets an ocean or sea.

DK Find Out! Water Cycle
DK

Almost three-quarters of the Earth’s surface is water.

PBS Learning Media: Exploring Evidence of Earth’s Tilt
PBS Learning Media

Students explore patterns of observable phenomena, specifically duration of daylight and seasonal changes in the northern and southern hemispheres, to consider how the Earth–Sun relationship results in those observed patterns.

Steve Spangler Science: Volcano Eruptions with Soda
Steve Spangler Science

All erupting volcanoes can be modeled using some pretty simple items.

Arizona Game and Fish Department: Focus Wild Arizona Activity Sheets - Petroglyphs
Arizona Game and Fish Department

Petroglyphs, pictures carved onto the surface of rocks, are the most common type of rock art in Arizona.

The Kennedy Center: Exploring Weather
The Kennedy Center

How does weather influence our culture, daily life, and mood?

DK Find Out! Continents
DK

A continent is a massive area of land that is separated from others by water or other natural features.

DK Find Out! Weather
DK

Weather is what the sky and the air outside are like, such as cold and cloudy.

PBS Learning Media: Earth’s Ever-Changing Surface
PBS Learning Media

Explore geologic features through an interactive from NOVA’s Making North America in this lesson plan from WGBH.

Steve Spangler Science: Denver’s Brown Cloud
Steve Spangler Science

Clean air has long been an important reason why people move to Colorado.

Arizona Game and Fish Department: Focus Wild Arizona Activity Sheets - Wild Place Names
Arizona Game and Fish Department

Seventy-five years ago, archaeologists made an exciting discovery. On the edge of the Gila River, near where Interstate 10 now runs, they found the remains of a long-forgotten Hohokam town.

The Kennedy Center: Weather and Wind
The Kennedy Center

What causes wind? Discover the truth behind the whoosh

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