Sir Isaac Newton's three laws of motion are defined and illustrated with familiar activities. Back of chart features reproducible activities, subject information, and helpful tips. 17" x 22" classroom More
Ocean Floor Diorama Carved from extra styrofoam out of a package. Dimensions aren't exactly correct, but the styrofoam was already cut a certain way, so we did the best we could! Painted with regular crayola paint, and shoved into a shoebox! Labels are just made from paper taped to toothpicks.
5.6 This is a model of the ocean floor made with rice krispies, cocoa puffs, pop tarts, and marshmallow fluff. It shows the abyssal plain, mountain ridges, continental shelves, continental rises and continental slopes.
5th grade Science - Ocean Floor Model - Livi used small box, added background and then added food coloring to brown sugar and built up the Ocean Floor layers. She then labeled each layer with toothpicks and its label
OCEAN FLOOR - There was a recent assignment to create a model of the ocean floor in one of the elementary grades. The Library was able to find some good labeled illustrations to help with that. Hope all the students came up with some fantastic models!