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ES05A –Teach About Earths Fresh Water Use with BrishLab ES05A Done By: XXX Period XX Image Link Image Link
1- Where is the bulk of liquid fresh water stored? Page X Para X Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader Image Link Image Link
2- What percent of all Earths water is fresh water and not salt water? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
3- Why do we need to protect our fresh water supply? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
4- What is fresh water and where is most of it found? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
5- Describe three ways we use fresh water. Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
6- What are the major parts of a stream or a river? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
7- What is the rivers load and how are deltas made? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
8- How do rivers grow in size? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
9- Why are watersheds so important? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
10- Why are estuaries so important? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
Wrap it up: - Draw and color a river and river parts (source, bank, bed, mouth, meander etc). Image Link Image Link
ES05A – Teach About Earth’s Fresh Water Use with BrishLab ES05A Done By: Coach.
TA06B – Teach About Earth s Nonrenewable Resources Use with BrishLab ES06B Done By XXX Period XX.
TA PowerPoint Directions: 1- Change the title slide (change all the XXXs) 2- Read and change the font color for the key words in the question. 3- Insert.
ES06A – Teach About Earth ’ s Renewable Resources Use with BrishLab ES06A.
PS02A –Teach About Water and Solutions Use with BrishLab PS02A PS02A Done By: Coach.
TA13A –Teach About Air Masses and Fronts Use with BrishLab ES13A Done By: Coach.
TA11D –Teach About Air Layers Use with BrishLab ES11D Done By: Coach This material is CC by StarMaterials.com.
Rivers ByEmmaHarridge. What is a river? A river is fresh water flowing across the surface of the land, usually to the sea. It flows in a channel. The.
Name that term Rivers or streams that have been broken off from the main river source in due to deposition of sediment.
ES04B –Teach About Weathering, Erosion and Soil Use with BrishLab PS04B Done By: Coach Image Link Image Link.
TA12B –Teach About Water and Precipitation Use with BrishLab ES12B Done By: Coach This material is CC by StarMaterials.com.
TA13B –Teach About Weather Prediction and Storms Use with BrishLab ES13B Done By: Coach.
TA19A –Teach About Our Solar System Use with BrishLab ES19A Done By: Coach.
TA01A –Teach About Matter and Atoms Use with BrishLab PS01B Done By: Coach B.
PS03A –Teach About Chemical Reactions Use with BrishLab PS03A PS03A Done By: StarMaterials Coach.
TA18A –Teach About Earth and Its Moon Use with BrishLab ES18A Done By: Coach.
Page 103 Homework: Study Guide Page 104 Thursday, February 19, 2015 Friday, February 20, 2015 Water Cycles and Watersheds Thursday, February 19, 2015 Friday,
This project and its actions were made possible due to co-financing by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals Rivers River features.
TA11C – Learn About Air Pressure Use with BrishLab ES11C This material is CC by StarMaterials.com.
TA12A –Teach About Heating Earth’s Air Use with BrishLab ES12A Done By: Coach – Period All This material is CC by StarMaterials.com.
The Structure of Hydrosphere. Oceans—96.5% of water found here Fresh water—3.5% of water found here Fresh water distribution: Ice: 1.762% Groundwater:
1. GET SECRETS OF ICE HANDOUT OUT 2. GET HYDROLOGY BOOKLET OUT 3. COPY AGENDA 4. BE READY TO LEARN TUESDAY’S WARM UP FROM LARGEST TO SMALLEST, THE AMOUNT.
TA01B –Teach About Matter and Changes Use with BrishLab PS01B Done By: Coach.
TA19B –Teach About Planets, Asteroids, Meteors and Comets Use with BrishLab ES19B Done By: Coach.
TA11B – Learn About Air Pollution Use with BrishLab ES11B This material is CC by StarMaterials.com.
Where is Water? Water covers 70% of the Earth’s surface 97% of water is found in ocean (or is salt water and not drinkable!) 2% of water is ice and snow.
Rivers Water. Roaring Rivers © Michael Collier, Image Source: Earth Science World Image BankEarth Science World Image Bank.
Type your question here. Type Answer Type your question here. Type Answer.
Water Cycle and Water Distribution Fly Swatter Game.
11-1 Water Resources Page 269. A. The Water Cycle 1. Water is a renewable resource. Why?
River Terminology 10/17/00. Erosion The break up and transport of earth materials by moving natural agents. Natural agents: Glaciers, Wind and Moving.
Jeopardy Properties of Water Lakes and Ponds Rivers Surface Water Bodies of Water Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
“Where’s Water?” Unit: Surface Water Rivers, Lakes, and Ponds.
LA11D –Learn About Use with BrishLab ESXXX Done By: First LastName Period XXX Air Layers.
2 A J B F 5 6 E 8 C G 10 4 I 26 H D N Legend Source drains into the ditch here. Data point directly.
EQ: Where is Earth’s water located? What percentage of water is available for our use? LT: I can explain the ways water moves through the hydrosphere:
Warm Up, October 14 th, )What is the universal solvent? What’s the difference between a solute and a solvent? 2)Explain the differences between an.
Mrs. Tweedie April 2006 Vocabulary The Water Cycle.
Fresh Water Notes Pages What is Water? Water is a compound. 1 water Molecule is made of: 2 Hydrogen Atoms 1 Oxygen Atom.
WATER TEST REVIEW GRUDGE. GRUDGE RULES Each group has 10 X’s. Objective: Be the team with the most X’s by the end of the period. Winners get lollipops.
River Systems. Objective Students will describe factors that affect the erosive ability of a river and the evolution of a river system.
Journal #4 Why are river system constantly changing? The narrow depression that a stream follows downhill is called its _________. What causes the formation.
A project by Reagan, Adam, and Keaton. Where is water located on Earth Oceans Lakes Springs Rivers Streams Ponds Waterfalls Ground water.
Earth’s Water Chapter 5 Lesson 2. Vocabulary Fresh Water Ocean.
Preserving Resources. a natural resource that can be replaced.
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