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Lab Safety Pamphlet
A different approach on a rather dull topic. Students create a safety pamphlet based on the 10 most important lab safety rules.
100 Unillustrated Ways To Pass The Earth Science Regents
Most in depth review sheet out there. Merges the top 100 most important concepts in Earth Science with illustrations & concept specific practice regent questions.
Percent Of Mineral Composition Of Igneous Rocks
This worksheet utilizes the Scheme for Igneous Rock Identification of the ESRT's and allows students to practice calculating the percentage of each mineral found in a some igneous rocks.
Google Earth Extra Credit
This is a very simple way for students to gain a few extra credit points by exploring Google earth in a very basic way. This is not overly complex, but it does familiarize the students with the program.
Metric System Conversions
Practice metric system conversions using this worksheet.
Density Practice Questions
Here are some simple questions allowing students to calculate density.
Properties Of Common Minerals
Very simple worksheet using the Properties of Common Minerals chart on the ESRT to help students get a feel for and understand how to extract information from the chart.
Galactic Address Worksheet
Great worksheet detailing our address in the universe.
Water Cycle Pre Assessment Test
Very simple pre-assessment test for students beginning a unit on the water cycle.
Analyzing Star Trails
Students examine and analyze a star trail photo taken by an earth science student in New York State. A single period activity that can be used to include discussion of: Location of Polaris; Apparent motion of stars; Rate of earth's rotation.