Hands-on lesson on fossils from a Christian, young Earth perspective - Part of a homeschool elemntary unit study on Earth Science - Create fossils casts, dig up & piece together dinosaur skeletons, excavate dinosaurs, eat edible ammonites, & more! - Includes Christian books on dinosaurs and fossils
There are six forces that give life and shape the earth, these are: diastrophism, earthquakes, mountains, plateaus, plains and volcanism. Learn the facts about it in a simplified way.
Compaction curve is necessary in interpreting the resulting data of the soil density test either done in field or in the laboratory in where you can easily see the maximum value of dry density of a soil to it's optimum water content. Here's how to...
Being a successful rock and gemstone hunter, aka rockhound, requires knowledge. This relatively inexpensive hobby can be a fun and healthy experience for the whole family. Here are some tips to help you get some terrific finds for your collection.
This is part 2 of a 6 part hands-on unit on Earth Science from a Christian perspective. Make and eat "sedimentary" Seven Layer Bars, create "metamorphic" Snickers bars, do some rock mining, and more! My lessons are geared toward 2nd-3rd grade level children and their siblings. I created these...
This is part 1 of a 6 part hands-on unit on Earth Science from a Christian perspective. Make an edible model of the earth, act out each of the Earth's layers, do core testing on a cupcake, make oobleck, and more! My lessons are geared toward 2nd-3rd grade level children and their siblings. These...
This project deals with nuclear log data set gathering and interpretation. 1. Porosity 2. Thickness of formations 3. Depth of formations 4. Permeability 5.Water Saturation
In this tutorial, it will help you to create gradation graph in excel format. A graph plotted using logarithmic scale.
Of course I am referring to my garden bed with the rocks although the airport screener had some momentary doubts! Pictures of where some of those rocks originated + videos.
Understanding earthquakes; the physical mechanisms, recording scales and related damage levels.