Earthquake & Tsunami in Japan, March 2011

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    Tsunami! Discussion Guide

    Introduce children to Japanese art and traditional storytelling as they read Tsunami!, written by Ki... read more

    The Perfect Sword Handout

    Study the Tokugawa Period in Japanese history by reading The Perfect Sword with your students. This ... read more

    Science Reading Warm-Up: Earthquakes

    Teach your students about earthquakes while improving their reading comprehension skills. This print... read more

    Earthquake Waves

    In this activity, students create model buildings from toothpicks. Using Jell-O, sand, and modeling ... read more

    Map of Asia

    Use a printable outline map that depicts Asia to enhance your geography or history lessons. A map s... read more

    Cause and Effect Lesson

    A cause and effect analysis is an attempt to understand why things happen as they do. Use this resou... read more

    Survival Kits

    The best way to handle a disaster is to be prepared, as students learn in this printable. read more

    Earthquake!

    The San Francisco earthquake of 1906 had far-reaching effects. Read about it and then explore the related activities. read more

    Earth Processes: Family Activity

    Suggest a family activity to parents that focuses on Earth processes such as earthquakes, volcanoes,... read more

    Science, Technology and Society: Quake Meters

    This worksheet teaches students about the various ways that we can measure and predict earthquakes.... read more

    Modeling Plate Movement

    Students develop a working model of plate divergence at the mid-ocean ridge and plate convergence at... read more

    Modeling the Effects of Fault Movements

    Students create a model to show the effects of strike-slip, normal, and reverse faults on a surface ... read more

    Modeling Plate Boundaries

    Students create a model for each of three types of plate boundaries: transform boundary, divergent b... read more

    The Fin Art of Science

    Students develop science process skills through an interdisciplinary science and art activity of making Japanese fish prints. read more

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