Do you want some engaging hands-on, science experiments to teach your elementary students about physical and chemical weathering?  Look no further!  Check out these science ideas!

Physical and Chemical Weathering Experiments

Do you want some engaging hands-on, science experiments to teach your elementary students about physical and chemical weathering? Look no further! Check out these science ideas!

Cookie Erosion- this is an alternative to our "fake rain" experiment. It might actually teach weathering and erosion better. On Tuesday we could do the 1 minute tests, and Wednesday do the 5 minute tests. This would have more information for the math graphs lessons too!

Cookie Erosion- this is an alternative to our "fake rain" experiment. It might actually teach weathering and erosion better. On Tuesday we could do the 1 minute tests, and Wednesday do the 5 minute tests. This would have more information for the math graphs lessons too!

Teaching science can be engaging with this hands-on activity. This experiment helps students see that weathering and erosion can be slowed down but not stopped. Check out this science teaching idea for your elementary classroom!

Weathering and Erosion

Teaching science can be engaging with this hands-on activity. This experiment helps students see that weathering and erosion can be slowed down but not stopped. Check out this science teaching idea for your elementary classroom!

7 Ideas to Teach Slow Changes: Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition — The Science Penguin

7 Ideas to Teach Slow Changes: Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition

Weathering Erosion and Deposition Game -  Each team had to weather away a piece of their Lego landform, crabwalk (erode it) to the other end of the room, and deposit it on the desk.  It showed how weathering away of rock makes it smaller and smaller, erosion is when sediment gets moved from one place to another, and deposition is when sediment gets dropped off to make new landforms.

Weathering Erosion and Deposition Game - Each team had to weather away a piece of their Lego landform, crabwalk (erode it) to the other end of the room, and deposit it on the desk. It showed how weathering away of rock makes it smaller and smaller, erosion is when sediment gets moved from one place to another, and deposition is when sediment gets dropped off to make new landforms.

In this post, you will learn the difference between weathering and erosion. You will also have the opportunity to print out your free printable set to practice what you have learned. We hope you enjoy it and learn a lot!

What is the Difference between Weathering and Erosion? {Free Printables

In this post, you will learn the difference between weathering and erosion. You will also have the opportunity to print out your free printable set to practice what you have learned. We hope you enjoy it and learn a lot!

How to teach weathering, erosion, and deposition. FUN!

Changes to the EARTH Interactive Notebook Foldable by Science Doodles

WEATHERING AND EROSION BEFORE AND AFTER WORKSHEET - Innovative Teacher

Weathering and Erosion Before and After Worksheet

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