|Dirtmeisters Science Reporters Investigate and Report on Erosion|
In this activity students investigate the facts behind erosion, and observe, record and report their findings. Examples include the Grand Canyon's erosion effects due to wind, glaciers, animals, and humans. Observation and report sheets contain questions to guide students in their work. There are also examples of student reports and a teacher guide.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-002-945
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Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Author: Steve Tomecek
The Dirtmeister, c/o Science Plus, Inc.