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In this activity, students analyze the results of an experiment, conduct research, and describe the potential importance of positive and negative feedbacks in governing the response of the Earth system. Teacher background information, assessment... (View More)

Students match fossils, landforms, rock types and interlocking shapes to assemble the ancient continent of Pangaea. The resource includes a student worksheet and continent pieces. The resource is part of the teacher's guide accompanying the video,... (View More)

Students are introduced to three legends explaining earthquakes, and then conduct research using the Internet, books, or other resources to learn about other legends from around the world. Students are instructed to create a skit, poster, written or... (View More)

Students watch or read a weather report, and draw the position of the jet stream on a map. This worksheet includes questions that help students learn the role of the jet stream in the generation of weather in the continental U.S. The resource is... (View More)

Audience: Elementary school
Materials Cost: Free per student

In this paper and pencil exercise, students create graphs that describe the effect of a series of experiments using Daisy World, an energy balance model, that can be used to demonstrate concepts of equilibrium, homeostatis, and positive and negative... (View More)

This demonstration shows that an increase in temperature will speed up the water cycle. One outcome will be an increase in rainfall. A second outcome will be the increase in total evaporation of water and subsequent drought. Materials required... (View More)

In this activity, students observe how elastic rebound creates waves, using an apparatus consisting of a plastic tub and paint stir stick. The resource is part of the teacher's guide accompanying the video, NASA SciFiles: The Case of the Shaky... (View More)

This demonstration will show how increased temperatures will hasten the melting of ice in the environment, contributing to a rise in sea level and subsequent flooding of coastal areas. Materials required include 2 aquariums, plastic wrap, a clamp... (View More)

In this problem-based learning activity, students conduct research to determine the potential impact of a changing climate on maple sugar production. Student worksheets, a teacher guide, and an assessment rubric are included. The activity is... (View More)

In this demonstration, students explore the concept of greenhouse warming. They determine whether an increase in the amount of heat-trappping gases in the atmosphere can cause the temperature on Earth to rise. Students compare the relative heat... (View More)