East Quogue Lessons



Use the sites below to help you do your research on natural disasters

  1.  science.howstuffworks.com/volcano.htm
  2.  www.livescience.com/volcanoes/
  3.  www.livescience.com/environment/most-destructive-volcanoes-100323.html
  4.  science.howstuffworks.com/earthquake.htm
  5.  www.livescience.com/earthquakes/
  6.  science.howstuffworks.com/tsunami.htm
  7.  www.livescience.com/environment/how-tsunamis-work-100227.html
  8.  science.howstuffworks.com/tornado.htm
  9.  www.livescience.com/tornadoes/
  10.  science.howstuffworks.com/hurricane.htm
  11.  www.livescience.com/hurricanes/
  12.  science.howstuffworks.com/flood.htm
  13.  www.pbs.org/newshour/infocus/floods/science.html
  14.  video.pbs.org/video/1218652893/
  15.  science.howstuffworks.com/landslide.htm
  16.  www.ussartf.org/landslides.htm
  17.  www.usgs.gov/
  18.  www.nationalgeographic.com/forcesofnature/interactive/index.html

Elements for Sale

Remember to use at least 3 internet sites for your research. Seven reliable sources have been provided for you.

1.  www.webelements.com
2.  www.chemicool.com
3.  education.jlab.org/itselemental
4.  www.chemicalelements.com
5.  www.lenntech.com/periodic/periodic-chart.htm
6.  www.chem4kids.com/files/elem_intro.html
7.  www.ducksters.com/science/periodic_table.php


Elements of the Periodic Table

Use the following website to gather information for your thinking map. When you are finished gathering your data, you can start a power point slide for your element.

interactive periodic table
periodic table
Chem for Kids


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