ATEP ©2008 UAF Geophysical Institute B-1 Earth's Layers Grades 5-8 T S U N A M I Overview: During this lesson, students learn about Earth's layers by making a clay model.
Teacher Instructions Clay Model Earth Ola Ka Honua: Volcanoes Alive 43 ©2001, 2007 UAF Geophysical Institute Overview: During this lesson students will learn about Earth's layers by making a clay model.
Photograph of a completed 3-D Earth model made from modeling clay. The model has been cut in half so that the inner layers (spherical shells) are visible.
To teach the students about the different layers of the earth and each layer's thickness. 5. Use a Styrofoam ball and paint to construct a cross-section model of the earth.
Objective: To compare the layers of the Earth's atmosphere to the distances of certain objects. ... Also, it is a model of Earth's atmosphere and the Moon is not located in Earth's atmosphere.
Activity: The Earth Bowl Students will construct a model of the Earth's layers by using Jello. Introduce the activity by telling students that they are going to "make" the layers of the Earth. The directions are on the slide, so the students will be able to read them as they move along with ...
The four Main layers of the Earth (crust, mantle, inner core, and outer core). – 4 points /4 The four layers are clearly labeled on the model or color
Layers of the Atmosphere Name_____ Lab Activity Instructions Date_____ A Model of Earth's Atmosphere Purpose: The purpose of this activity is to draw a model of the four layers of Earth's Atmosphere.
For this project you will make a 3-D model of Earth's four layers: crust, mantle, outer and inner core. Use a variety of materials, based on good science, to accurately demonstrate the different layers.
Some examples:--Locating earthquake epicenters--Structure and characteristics of Earth's layers--Plate Tectonics: boundaries and ... Today, we have a model of an Earth consisting of concentric layers arranged somewhat as shown in this diagram.