It’s been a lot of fun to learn in detail what each one is.
You are more than welcome to visit all of our posts and even get the free printables that I made to teach my children these concepts.
In this post, we will be making a Facts on Weathering, Erosion & Deposition Printable Craft to review all three words so kids can remember them easily.
Don’t forget to check out our awesome hub for all kinds of erosion, weathering and deposition printables and activities!
Prepare yourself mentally for an awesome activity.
Who says that effective educational tools have to be hard, boring or complicated!
This is a fantastic craft with weathering, erosion and deposition images and facts.
They are all set up in a fun wheel that will help kids learn a lot.
Some of the things that they will learn are the similarities and the difference of each of these environmental effects on the earth.
To make this rotating wheel, you need:
- cardstock (Thicker paper lasts longer. If you don’t have cardstock, you can print it on regular paper, but glue the two wheels on paper plates and then cut them to the size of the wheels. This will provide more support.)
- color printer,
- brass fastener,
- crayons or markers
Neenah Astrobrights Premium Color Card Stock, 65 lb, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 250 Sheets, Stardust WhiteSchool Smart Brass Plated Fasteners – 1/2 inch – Box of 100HP Envy 4520 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink ready (F0V69A)Crayola 58-7858 Ultra-Clean Washable Broad Line Markers, 40-Count
Here are some related books that have been helpful in our Earth Science studies.
I’m also including some great relevant questions you can include in your lesson.
Erosion and Weathering (Rocks: the Hard Facts)Cracking Up: A Story About Erosion (Science Works)Weathering and Erosion (Science Readers: Content and Literacy)Soil Erosion and How to Prevent It (Everybody Digs Soil)
Questions on Erosion, Weathering and Deposition
- What is erosion?
- What is weathering in nature?
- What is deposition?
- What is the difference between weathering and erosion?
- What is the difference between erosion and deposition?
- What is chemical weathering?
- What is physical weathering?
- Which one causes a rock to expand?
- How does erosion affect living organisms like plants and animals?
Facts on Weathering, Erosion & Deposition Homeschool Printable Craft
To put together this craft with pictures of erosion, weathering and deposition, you need to download the printable (in this post).
Then, print it on cardstock (one set per child).
Cut both wheels and have your kids color the images that will be true to reality.
Use a bracket to secure both wheels, making sure they overlap exactly.
It will be fun to use the wheel to learn all about these three kinds of environmental changes.
They will also use it to review the terms erosion, weathering and deposition.
Have kids read the content and also quiz each other.
So now it’s your turn!
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You will have the PDF for this craft so you can print it.
Now it’s your turn!
Click on the button below, follow the instructions and you will receipt this awesome craft!
It is beautiful, isn’t it?
Oh! And don’t forget to get the entire series here! Your kids will learn so much with this unit alone! Come take a look!
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