Science Worksheets and Study Guides Sixth Grade. Plate Tectonics

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Nebraska Standards

NE.SC 2: PHYSICAL SCIENCE: Students will integrate and communicate the information, concepts, principles, processes, theories, and models of the Physical Sciences to make connections with the natural and engineered world.
2.3. Energy
8.2.3. Students will identify and describe how energy systems and matter interact.
Sound/Mechanical Waves
8.2.3.a. Recognize that vibrations set up wave-like disturbances that spread away from the source (sound, seismic, water waves)
NE.SC 4: EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCES: Students will integrate and communicate the information, concepts, principles, processes, theories, and models of Earth and Space Sciences to make connections with the natural and engineered world.
4.2. Earth Structures and Processes
8.4.2. Students will investigate and describe Earth’s structure, systems, and processes.
Properties of Earth Materials
8.4.2.a. Describe the layers of Earth (core, mantle, crust, atmosphere)
4.4. Earth’s History
8.4.4. Students will use evidence to draw conclusions about changes in Earth.
Past/Present Earth
8.4.4.b. Describe how environmental conditions have changed through use of the fossil record

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