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Whitney Hoodenpyle

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Weathering / Erosion Investigation

1. Look around our playground or school grounds. Notice a location that shows evidence of weathering, erosion, or deposition. 2. Add a drawing. Then take one or more photos of this real-life example of weathering, erosion, or deposition that you see. 3. Add a voice recording or a caption. In this recording, talk about evidence of weathering/erosion/deposition that you see. How do you know weathering/erosion/deposition has happened? (Be SURE to use the words weathering, erosion, or deposition in your explanations.)

5th Grade, 4th Grade, Science
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