You can’t go swimming in these rivers! Let Tim and Moby introduce you to the mysteries of slow-moving ice rivers called glaciers. You’ll learn about the conditions needed for glaciers to form and the drastic ways in which glaciers can reshape a landscape. Find out about the two different kinds of glaciers and where on Earth each can be found — here’s a hint: they’re not just in Antarctica! Brrr — It’s getting cold in here!
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Investigating Types of Erosion Lesson Plan: Gravitational, Wind, and Glacial Erosion

In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K-8, students use BrainPOP resources to investigate the different types of erosion: gravitational, wind, and glacial. Students will learn the difference between weathering and erosion and work cooperatively to identify different examples of erosion. This lesson plan is aligned to Common Core State Standards.  See more »