Jillian Bak
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2018
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  • Science
  • High School
high school power point for rock cycle
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  • Science
  • High School
36 X 36 inch poster for classroom/lab display that helps with visual classification of the most essential mineral/rock types.
The Cassiopeia Project
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2016
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  • High School
An overview of the history of rocks on our planet!
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Mud. It may not seem terribly exciting, and most of us even go out of our way to avoid it. But mud is actually fascinating stuff. Why? Well, for one...
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  • Science
  • MS, HS
How can two places more than 4,000 miles apart, and with such different tectonic settings, have such similar landforms? To answer that question, let’...
Charles R. Knight Triceratops paleoart circa 1901.

Charles R. Knight Triceratops paleoart circa 1901. Wikimedia Commons

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NGSS
While it’s impossible for any scientists or artist to say that their understanding or recreation of a dinosaur is 100% accurate, science gets closer...
NASA Education
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2016
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  • 3-5, MS, HS
In this activity, students can learn how geologists use stratigraphy, the study of layered rock, to understand the sequence of geological events. As...
CK-12
Updated: 
2016
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  • MS, HS
Students will learn about minerals, which are naturally occurring, inorganic substances, with definite composition and crystal forms.
CK-12
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2016
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  • MS, HS
Students will learn about the different types of rocks: metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous.
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  • MS, HS
Students will learn how intrusive rocks cool slowly and extrusive igneous rocks cool rapidly; this leads to different crystal sizes.