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BBC Education - Classification of Rocks
[ ] - Get facts about the three types of rocks: sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic. Includes photos.
Beauty and the Beast
[ ] - Introduces four basic types of disasters unique to Hawaii and information on how individuals can better prepare themselves should they occur.
[ ] - Learn how to grow a crystal garden. Offers a description of what causes the crystals to grow.
[ ] - Learn about the earth by reading short articles on plate tectonics, cycles, geologic time, adaptation and more.
Earth Like a Puzzle
[ ] - Explores plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes, and the way they shape the earth.
[ ] - Interactive exhibit about the earth's movements. From the Franklin Institute Science Museum.
[ ] - Learn about earth structure, atmosphere, natural energies, water resources, living things, climate and cycles. Page includes photos and explanation of terms.
Geologic and Paleontologic Cook Book
[ ] - The Kentucky Geological Survey offers recipes for appetizers, desserts and other food that help to explain earth-science concepts.
Grand Canyon Explorer: Geology of the Grand Canyon
[ ] - Explains how layers of the Grand Canyon were formed over a period of about 2 million years. Many illustrations. Gives a couple different theories about some of the details.
MSA - Mineralogy 4 Kids
[ ] - Learn about rocks and minerals. Ask questions and play mineral games online.
[ ] - Comprehensive information about the many types of minerals in the world.
Minerals Management Service Kids' Pages
[ ] - Investigate ocean energy, sand and tide pool math. Visit an offshore oil rig and learn about archaeological shipwreck sites.
Rob's Granite Page
[ ] - Learn why granites are like ice cream.
[ ] - A flash animated story of an igneous rock and its discovery of who it really is by learning about the rock cycle.
Smithsonian Department of Mineral Sciences
[ ] - Explore a photo gallery of gems, volcanoes, rocks, minerals and meteorites. Offers research, collections and exhibits.
The Dynamic Earth
[ ] - The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History presents articles about gems, minerals, rocks, mining, earth movements, volcanoes, and materials from other planets in our solar system.
USGS Learning Web
[ ] - Learn how Biology, Geology, Hydrology, and Geography can help us understand our changing world.
What on Earth is Soil?
[ ] - Provides brief facts about soil such as what it is and how it is formed.
Yellowstone National Park - For Kids
[ ] - Learn about Yellowstone National Park with games and activities like the Animal Alphabet Book, the Yellowstone Coloring Book and a Scavenger Hunt.
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