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This resource contains several activities to demonstrate the effects of air pressure, including a simple option of water in a cup.

These lesson plans discuss different types of fuels.

This reading describes the origins and composition of the Earth's atmosphere.

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This short resource answers the question 'Is it true that no two snow crystals are alike?'. It describes the unique formation of snow crystals and discusses the affects of atmospheric conditions on them.

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Plants are rooted in one spot, but seeds are great travelers." This resource describes some of the many ways in which seeds travel within the ecosystem.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the rain forest biome.

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This lesson introduces students to natural disasters and explains the difference between natural hazards and natural disasters.

This short resource answers the question 'What causes the sound of thunder?' and explains how thunder is caused by rapid air expansion.

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Erosion wears rock and soil away and changes the landscape.This resource discusses the many causes of erosion.

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This lesson introduces students to the space environment. It covers the major differences between the environment on Earth and that of outer space. This lesson challenges them to think about how their bodies would change and adapt in the unique environment of space.

This resource provides a description of the three general cloud types.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the desert biome.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the tundra biome.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the evergreen coniferous forest.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the deciduous forest biome.
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