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1 ES04B –Teach About Weathering, Erosion and Soil Use with BrishLab PS04B Done By: Coach Image Link Image Link

2 1- What is the difference between weathering and erosion? Page 1 Para 1 Image Link Image Link

3 1- What is the difference between weathering and erosion? Page 1 Para 1 Weathering breaks down rocks – erosion is the movement – it eRODE away! Image Link Image Link

4 1- What is the difference between weathering and erosion? Page 1 Para 1 Weathering breaks down rocks – erosion is the movement – it eRODE away! Image Link Image Link

5 2- Name three things that live in soil? Page 1 Para 3 Image Link Image Link

6 2- Name three things that live in soil? Page 1 Para 3 Image Link Image Link Plants, roots, ants and other animals live in soil.

7 2- Name three things that live in soil? Page 1 Para 3 Image Link Image Link Plants, roots, ants and other animals live in soil.

8 3- Why is understanding soil important? Page 1 Para 5 Image Link Image Link

9 3- Why is understanding soil important? Page 1 Para 5 Image Link Image Link We need soil and if it is damaged, we cant grow food.

10 3- Why is understanding soil important? Page 1 Para 5 Image Link Image Link We need soil and if it is damaged, we cant grow food.

11 4- How are boulders and clay related? Page 1 Para 6 Image Link Image Link

12 4- How are boulders and clay related? Page 1 Para 6 Image Link Image Link Boulders are weathered into small particles that make up clay.

13 4- How are boulders and clay related? Page 1 Para 6 Image Link Image Link Boulders are weathered into small particles that make up clay.

14 5- How does ice wedging happen? Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link

15 5- How does ice wedging happen? Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link Water drips into cracks in rocks, freezes and splits the rock open.

16 5- How does ice wedging happen? Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link Water drips into cracks in rocks, freezes and splits the rock open.

17 6- How is chemical weathering different than mechanical weathering? Page 2 Para 11

18 6- How is chemical weathering different than mechanical weathering? Page 2 Para 11 Image Link Image Link Chemical weathering involves a chemical reaction – new materials are made. Mechanical is simply breaking down. Image Link Image Link

19 6- How is chemical weathering different than mechanical weathering? Page 2 Para 11 Image Link Image Link Chemical weathering involves a chemical reaction – new materials are made. Mechanical is simply breaking down. Image Link Image Link

20 7- What is found in soil? Page 1 Para 13 Image Link Image Link

21 7- What is found in soil? Page 1 Para 13 Image Link Image Link Soil has both living (organic) and non living (rocks etc) materials.

22 7- What is found in soil? Page 1 Para 13 Image Link Image Link Soil has both living (organic) and non living (rocks etc) materials.

23 8- Why are decomposers important in soil? Page 1 Para 14 Image Link Image Link

24 8- Why are decomposers important in soil? Page 1 Para 14 Image Link Image Link Decomposers like roots, fungi, and worms turn waste into soil.

25 8- Why are decomposers important in soil? Page 1 Para 14 Image Link Image Link Decomposers like roots, fungi, and worms turn waste into soil.

26 9- How are the three layers of soil the same? Page 2 Para 15 Image Link Image Link

27 9- How are the three layers of soil the same? Page 2 Para 15 Image Link Image Link All soil is made from rock – organic materials are added nearer the top.

28 9- How are the three layers of soil the same? Page 2 Para 15 Image Link Image Link All soil is made from rock – organic materials are added nearer the top.

29 10- How are stalactites made? Page 2 Para 19 Image Link Image Link

30 10- How are stalactites made? Page 2 Para 19 Image Link Image Link Water drips through rock and deposits dissolved materials on the ceiling of caves making stalactites.

31 10- How are stalactites made? Page 2 Para 19 Image Link Image Link Water drips through rock and deposits dissolved materials on the ceiling of caves making stalactites.

32 Wrap it up: - Draw and color a cave with stalactites and stalagmites. Image Link Image Link

33 Wrap it up: - Draw and color a cave with stalactites and stalagmites. Image Link Image Link


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