Collection of worksheets in Earth Science including topics such as mapping, rocks and minerals, weathering, earthquakes, plate tectonics, meteorology, earth's history and astronomy.

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This worksheet allows for investigations into the rise of atmospheric oxygen, changes in carbon dioxide over time and the recent rise in mathane concentrations in our atmosphere.
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Worksheet to discover diseases and natural disasters within regions of the world
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Questions for students to think about and answer.
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This activity looks at what causes the Earth's seasons, with a focus on the Earth's tilt and spherical shape. Students learn how sunlight spreads over the Earth by modeling different tilts and calculate the relative sunlight intensity received by the Northern and Southern Hemispheres to understand seasonal differences between the hemispheres.
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A worksheet for students to compare the weight of objects on each of the planets using the gravitational pull of each planet.
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This is a formative assessment tool to accompany the Rock Cycle Making a Model Lab
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This assessment is a series of short answer questions about Earth's atmosphere based on the lesson "Earth's Atmosphere." Also, there is an article for students to read about the atmospheric effects on baseball games (this is relevant because our school is in Boston, and most of our students are Boston Red Sox fans). You may want to find a different resource for your students, or feel free to use this one.
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This assessment asks students to reflect on the lesson "Measuring the Earth" and apply the things they've learned to solving the circumference of the Earth and reflecting on sources of error in this calculation.
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Motion Assessment

by Meredith Beaton

This assessment asks students a few simple questions about speed, velocity, and acceleration. The primary goal of this assessment is to make sure students are understanding and thinking about the basic concepts.
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Ellipses Assessment

by Meredith Beaton

This assessment asks students to apply their knowledge of ellipses to short-answer questions about ellipses and eccentricity.
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The Sun Assessment

by Meredith Beaton

This assessment asks students to answer questions based on the material covered in the lesson, The Sun. Additionally, it asks students to apply their knowledge, creatively, to a labeled model of the Sun.
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Solar System Assessment

by Meredith Beaton

Students are asked to apply all of their new knowledge about the planets and satellites in our solar system to create a travel brochure for a single travel destination (not Earth) in our solar system. They're expected to combine their artistic, linguistic, and scientific knowledge to create a convincing, creative, and aesthetic brochure.
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This assessment asks students to reflect on their understanding of centrifugal and centripetal force and briefly answer questions based on what they've learned.
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