A Day on Bare Mountain

by: Richard Konicek-Moran

Students may have the idea that all mountains are volcanoes and were formed by eruptions. The story in this chapter brings up questions about the geology of mountains and the weathering and erosion that takes place as nature breaks down the higher landscapes until it is eventually level.

Grade Levels

Elementary

Topics

Computer Science Early Education Earth & Space Science Informal Education Inquiry Labs Literacy Phenomena

Details

Type Book ChapterPub Date 3/12/2010Stock # PB220X3_9

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