Source for lots of earthquake info, activities, and animations, etc  especially for kids
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8 Fact sheets exploring basic information about  earthquakes from how they are located to why they happen

8 Fact sheets exploring basic information about earthquakes from how they are located to why they happen

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News about earthquakes. Commentary and archival information about earthquakes from The New York Times.

News about earthquakes. Commentary and archival information about earthquakes from The New York Times.

The U.S. Geological Survey website provides students with information about earthquakes. They can learn about the latest quakes, watch animations, get ideas for science fairs or play earthquake-related puzzles and games.

The U.S. Geological Survey website provides students with information about earthquakes. They can learn about the latest quakes, watch animations, get ideas for science fairs or play earthquake-related puzzles and games.

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Let your students learn while having fun!  These interactive webquests provide excellent visuals, simulations, videos and nonfiction information about earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes and tornadoes!

Let your students learn while having fun! These interactive webquests provide excellent visuals, simulations, videos and nonfiction information about earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes and tornadoes!

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A website designed to help students learn about earthquakes, watch simulations, and even check to see when the last recorded earthquake was.

A website designed to help students learn about earthquakes, watch simulations, and even check to see when the last recorded earthquake was.

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Students in grades 3–5 may be interested in exploring some foundational information about earthquakes and tsunamis, changes in the Earth's surface brought about by fault activity, or interesting and unusual bits of information about earthquakes. They may also be interested in discovering more about Japan's physical and cultural geography or in learning how to protect people and property during a natural disaster.

Students in grades 3–5 may be interested in exploring some foundational information about earthquakes and tsunamis, changes in the Earth's surface brought about by fault activity, or interesting and unusual bits of information about earthquakes. They may also be interested in discovering more about Japan's physical and cultural geography or in learning how to protect people and property during a natural disaster.

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