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Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
Destructive & constructive forces of nature
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Destructive & constructive forces of nature

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My son had to do another powerpoint in science class in 5th grade on Destructive & Constructive forces of nature. I helped him with this one and also shared it with my 5th grade students at the time. …

My son had to do another powerpoint in science class in 5th grade on Destructive & Constructive forces of nature. I helped him with this one and also shared it with my 5th grade students at the time. Students using technology.

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  • 1. Destructive & Constructive Forces of Nature Students erupting a volcano By: J.C.- with baking soda andMs. Hernandez (5th grade) vinegar!
  • 2. Volcano: a mountainformed by lava and ash.
  • 3. Lava is magma that reaches the Earth’ssurface. Volcanoes push up new rich soil to the surface.
  • 4. They form on the plates in the Pacific Ocean
  • 5. Tornadoes: a spiralshaped wind storm
  • 6. Tornadoes are common in the middle of the U.S.
  • 7. Tornadoes are like spinning tops. DestroySpiral shaped cones buildings/homes
  • 8. Hurricanes occur in the oceans. The eye is in the center of a hurricane.
  • 9. Hurricanes bring about tropical storms. Heavy rains causingStrong winds floods.
  • 10. Earthquakes: shaking of the ground.Japan recently had 3 Fault: crack in the earthquakes. Earth’s crust.
  • 11. EarthquakesCalifornia gets a lot of Fault: a crack in the earthquakes. Earth’s crust.
  • 12. Seismograph (instrument) Richter scale measures the magnitude or strength of an earthquake
  • 13. Tsunami: a HUGE wave
  • 14. Thunderstorms:thunder, lightning & rain
  • 15. Lightning is Electricity! A man struck byDouble Trouble! lightning!
  • 16. Wildfires: forest fires out of control.Forest fires: killing Firefighters risk their our trees= our lives. oxygen.
  • 17. Wild Forest FiresSmokey the Bearhelps to educate Humans / campfires about fires.
  • 18. In danger of burning thisbeautiful home in the mt.
  • 19. Trying to prevent Flooding.Building a barricade. Filling in sand bags.
  • 20. Floods:destroy roads/ homes. Getting out andCars stuck. staying in a shelter.
  • 21. Mass Movement- Mudslides can bury homes, cars, and people.
  • 22. A mudslide is a downhill movement of rock & soil because of gravity.
  • 23. BOULDER: a huge rock
  • 24. Acid Rain: polluted water withchemicals that destroy statues.
  • 25. Water erosion: rocks over time become round and smooth.
  • 26. Weathering & ErosionWaves crashing A big chuck departed.against rocks.
  • 27. Weathering & ErosionShape new Beautiful artlandforms. landforms.
  • 28. Weathering: water freezes (ice)expands and breaks down rocks.
  • 29. Water ErosionThe beach house- Water eroded the soilwaves eroded the leaving the roots soil. exposed.
  • 30. Deposition: moving sediment into a NEW LOCATION.Sediment moving down the river and pouring into the delta- mouth of the river.
  • 31. Changes to the Earth’s surface create new landforms.
  • 32. By: J. C. (Jacob RyanCabrera) Ms.Hernandez’s -- 5th grade Science class

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