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Element: Earth

November 14, 2017



Workshop Activities

  • Craft - Geodes

  • Key Points – Element: Earth

    • layers of the earth

    • ring of fire

    • earthquake movements

    • Pangaea

  • Collaborative – Types of Rocks

  • Writing – Rock and Stone - synonyms

  • Math/Logic – Richter Scale Math

  • Genius Principle – Earthquake Safety

  • Big Activity – Eruption! - volcano

  • Movement - Rock Hopper Game


Field Trip

  • Natural History Museum in LA – we have room for more students – sign up today!


Minecraft Class

  • rocks and minerals bingo

  • land formations

  • diagram the earth's layers

  • build challenge: make a volcano


Upcoming Activities

  • Call to Adventure – Livestream every Tuesday morning at 6:45 AM on Celebration Education's Facebook page:

  • No classes next week – enjoy your holiday!



Read through the fireworks and choose five that you think might interest your child. Allow him or her to select 1-3 of them.


  • Map the ten largest earthquakes.

  • Work on your genius project.

  • Do some earthquake puzzles:



  • Search “Rock Cycle Song” on YouTube. Memorize one of these songs.

  • Read fiction or non-fiction about the earth.

  • Assemble a 72-hour kit that your family can use in the event of a disaster.

  • Do some earthquake math:




  • Visit a local volcano.

  • Write the story of the life of a rock. Make it an interesting story – not just a boring rock story!

  • Track current earthquakes for one week. Make a diagram to show the results of your earthquake watch.

  • Know what to do during an earthquake.

  • Design an island that features ten different land formations.

  • Make a model volcano.

  • Go on a rock hunt. How many different kinds of rocks can you collect and identify? Start a rock collection.

  • Experience an interactive animation of the rock cycle:

  • Sketch or paint diagrams of Pangaea, the layers inside the earth, the earth’s tectonic plates, and inside a volcano.

  • Play some math games.



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