This science game helps children practice about precipitation. Precipitation occurs when water particles fall from the atmosphere to the ground. Water particles that are too heavy to remain in the atmosphere are forced to the ground by gravity. This article is about the formation of precipitation and its various forms. We will also discuss the […]
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This science game helps children practice about water cycle. The water cycle is something that most geographers have heard about. Water that falls to earth through precipitation eventually results in water bodies such as lakes, rivers, seas, groundwater, and streams. This has profound impacts on the climate as well as a variety of other variables. […]
This science game helps children learn about grasslands and plains. A plain is an area of flat land that has gentle slopes and low relief. Plains can be anywhere from a few acres up to thousands of square miles. The Great Plains of North America, the Pyrenean Mountains along the Spanish-French border and the Pyrenean […]
This science game helps children practice the difference between mountains and hills. You might think of a mountain when you hear the term. There are many differences between hills and mountains. The major differences are in the shape, altitude, and geological formations. Continue reading to learn more about the differences in mountains and hills. Don't […]
This science game helps children learn more about the continents. People have lived on continents throughout history. Where are they from? What is their motivation for moving? How many people are they? What is their movement pattern? These are the questions we'll answer in this article. Continue reading to learn more about continents. Where the […]
This science game helps children practice about different layers of earth. There are several ways to divide the layers of earth into different categories. The outer core, mantle and upper mantle are all included in these categories. It is possible to compare and contrast the chemical and mechanical properties of Earth's layers. These layers are […]
This science game helps children practice about climate change and extreme weather. The arguments below will interest you if climate change, extreme weather, and their impact on humanity is something you are curious about. It outlines the human cost of extreme weather, as well as the consequences for the population. It also demonstrates how climate […]
This science game helps children practice about the rock cycle. The rock cycle describes the process by which rocks change over time. Rock formation is the process of heating and cooling molten material. When loose sediments lithify, sedimentary rock forms. Metamorphic rocks form when rocks that are already in existence undergo extreme conditions. Any type […]
This science game helps children practice different layers of the atmosphere. Gasses make up the layers of the atmosphere. As one increases in altitude, the pressure of air decreases. The temperature also drops. The Ozone layer is able to absorb ultraviolet radiation from sunlight. This article will cover the functions of these layers. This overview […]
This science game helps children practice the differences between lakes and rivers. All freshwater bodies are not the same as lakes. These bodies of water have seasonal patterns and change their water levels over time. Lakes fill up when the snow melts in spring. The rain stops causing rivers and lakes to slowly return to […]
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