Looking at the Sea


  • Sep 5 2010 3:08 PM

    Wendy Marsters

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Learn why Earth is sometimes called the water planet and begin an exploration of its seas on this page from the Museum of Science's "Oceans Alive!." From here, students can choose to learn about the water cycle, explore physical properties of the ocean, read profiles of the four oceans, or discover how the continents and oceans have changed over geologic time. Activities, illustrations, facts, and maps are presented here. This Web page is referenced in the Science NetLinks lesson, "Oceans." Less

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    Grade: 3 to 8

    Topics: Earth & Space Science, Science


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