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This lesson introduces students to the eating relationships between plants and animals. It describes food webs and illustrates examples of food chains in the marine context.
This resource outlines a curriculum for kindergarten science.
In this activity, students will make a rain catcher and examine and graph rain levels within one month to calculate the average precipitation.
This reading describes how acid rain is formed, its harmful effects on nature and ways of reducing these harmful effects.
This resource teaches students about where volcanoes can be found.
Students learn about energy and nutrient flow in the aquatic environment. They learn about food chains and food webs, seeing the interdependence between producers, consumers and decomposers.
These activities introduce students to various kinds of natural disasters.
In this lesson, students learn about water bodies on the planet Earth and their various uses and qualities.
This chart describes the ocean's zones. An activity follows.
This resource describes tornadoes, their development and detection, and their impact.
This article describes the aquatic food web.
This activity teaches students about the reasons for the Earth's seasons.
This chart provides information on the strongest earthquakes in the world.
This resource describes the Richter Scale ratings used to measure earthquakes.
This resource provides a description of cloud types.
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The Darakht-e Danesh Library PO Box 86016 Marda Loop, Calgary, AB T2T 6B7