Aeolian Landforms Teacher Resources
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Three days of erosion exploration await your elementary geologists. Learners begin by examining rivers via Google Earth, then they model water flow in sand, and finally, they identify resulting landforms. This lesson is written...
In this music worksheet, students read about composing their own song and how to get started. They identify the main features that make a good song and the various layers that make up the overall texture. Students also use the three...
In this composing task worksheet, students read 2 pages of information regarding basic composition, backing rhythms, composing the melodies by ear and from the chord, and composing the chorus. Steps and tips for composing are listed in...
Sixth graders research various types of volcanoes. They explore the various emissions that come from them. Offer some explanation why some erupt by "quietly" puring lava, while others blast out chunks of rock and clouds of ash and gases.
In this musical modes worksheet, students review the modes in melodic compositions. They review a chart of the authentic and plagal modes. They review a melody using the information that is given about the notes that are used. There are...
Students explore the formation of volcanoes. In this earth science instructional activity, students build their own volcanoes in the lab using different materials. They identify the different types of volcanoes.