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Become a Rock Detective
- A program based on classroom-tested earth science mysteries; large kit of rocks, fossils and minerals; step-by-step instructions; for science- or non-science oriented K-12 teachers.
- links to geology sites for K-12 education
Earth Science Educational Standards
- Summary of National Academy of Sciences pre-college (K-12) science education standards related to earth sciences, with links to useful web sites related to each topic. Site maintained by Kentucky Geological Survey.
Earth Science Week
- Earth science education event in October of each year. Web site features educational activities, geology questions and answers, and links to other geologic education resources.
Educational Activities in the Earth Sciences
- From Society for Sedimentary Geology. Indexed by subject matter and age range.
- GeoScience topics and links for Alberta K-12 Science classes, and Calgary, Albertan, Canadian and International educational field trips and GeoScience sites of interest
Learning Family Natural History Tour
- On September 9, the Reisers boarded the Learning Vehicle for an unforgettable tour across 11 western states to study the amazing history of Earth. Visit tours of 18 sites, including actual fossil digs, award winning museums and zoos, and National Parks.
Neill's Geology for Kids.
- A science that deals with the history of the earth and its life especially as recorded in rocks.
Restless Earth - Science Curriculum
- Based on the Bill Kurtis The New Explorers adventure program. Students participate in an earth science adventure about plate tectonics as they relate to earthquake, volcano, and Tsunami activity.
Sands of the World
- An interactive unit on the generation of sand geared toward grades 3-12.
This Dynamic Earth
- Online version of a U.S. Geological Survey brochure on the topic of plate tectonics. The site seems appropriate for high-schoolers and above (and advanced middle schoolers). Covers the historical development of plate tectonics as a theory, how we see it in action today, and how tectonics affects people.
USGS-The Learning Web
- Learn how Biology, Geology, Hydrology, and Geography can help us understand our changing world.
Virginia Earth Science Resource Page
- Sponsored by the VA Dept. of Education. Teacher resources that support teaching earth science (mainly geology), particularly related to Virginias Standards of Learning.
Virtual Silurian Reef
- The Virtual Silurian Reef is a K-12 distance-learning project of the Geology Section of the Milwaukee Public Museum, funded by the Wisconsin Advanced Telecommunications Foundation. During the Silurian Period in earth history, 425 million years ago, when much of North America was covered by a shallow, tropical sea, reefs flourished in the area now occupied by Wisconsin and Illinois. This site uses these reefs as a vehicle for students to learn general principles, local details, and environmental significance of the study of the ancient past.
- K-12 exercises about volcanoes around the world
- Great source of volcano information on the Web
Web Geological Time Machine
- a great, sprawling geological and paleontological journey from the birth of the planet to today.
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