We've been studying land forms for a few weeks now in science. We've learned all about different types of maps, made several different versions and observed how elevation can change a stream table.
Next week, we are going to conduct more stream table experiments, this time with flash floods. (One time with no elevation, one time with elevation to see the difference). From there, we'll discuss more vocabulary, look at Google Earth for land forms and learn about layers of the earth. Then, after we co-construct our anchor charts, we'll learn about the ring of fire and tectonic plates.
I saw this idea on pinterest and I think it's a perfect Friday science activity:
I'm totally game for combining food and science, it's hands-on, edible learning at its finest!