Middle School Program that
educators may request to be presented at their school.
I will leave one of our Rock/Mineral/Fossil kits for school use at the end of my presentation.
Contact n_immegaATswbell.net (replace AT with @--I am trying to reduce spam) or call me at 713-661-3494. You are likely to get a faster response with e-mail because I am frequently on a field trip.
You are welcome to borrow these scripts.
Rock Cycle and Animal Adaptation in a PDF format - 0.2 meg each
Rock Cycle and Animal Adaptation in a Microsoft Word Format - 2 meg each
A popular activity is a geology tour of downtown Houston, using the building stones as examples of igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rock. Contact me for a conducted tour.PDF text file map
Our Links pages contain many teacher resource sites that have a variety of activities:
Here is our Mineral Scavenger Hunt List.
Suggested Preshow homework for
(already on the Rock and Mineral Web Links page)
K-3 Preshow homework suggestions:
Is Animal, Vegetable or Mineral p. 2, 3
Farming Long Ago & Today p. 6, 7
Plants and Minerals p. 7-15
Classroom Full of Resources
4-5 Preshow homework suggestions:
A Classroom full of Resources
Bright Smile from Toothpaste and Minerals
Major Coal Fields of the U.S.
Word Searches p. 6-8
flip book of Sue the T rex running... Students bring flip books to the Show to compare Stan with Sue.
6-8 Preshow homework
How Much Does it Cost to Light the School p. 18, 19
Clothing Matters p. 11-14
How Do We Use Our Land p. 26-30
Volcano p. 5
Model of a Volcano p. 24-25
Sound of Music
Geology & the Natural Resources
http://www.womeninmining.org educational site developed by women for earth science education
Fourth of July Fireworks
Makeup a Wealth of Minerals
Minerals and You