Reflection: Joy Wind Erosion - Section 2: Engage


The game helped the students make a connection with the vocabulary words and terms. This game was beneficial because it supported my visual and kinesthnic learners. My students enjoyed this learning activity. In doing this activity, the students were able to use the terms in the investigation. This helped the students to make a connection with the taught scientific content.


  We enjoy playing games!!
  Joy: We enjoy playing games!!
Loading resource...

Wind Erosion

Unit 7: Earth Changes
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT explain wind erosion.

Big Idea: How does wind impact the land?

  Print Lesson
7 teachers like this lesson
Science, erosion, earthquake, weathering, earth, Earth Science, Science Process Skills, Sand, Wind Erosion, glaciers, water, Erosion, ice
  50 minutes
Similar Lessons
What is a Scientist?
2nd Grade Science » Inquiry in Science
Big Idea: It is all in the way you approach it. Understanding the world of inquiry and carefully scaffolding lessons to build upon learning to guide students through the process of investigation.
East Wenatchee, WA
Environment: Suburban
Veronique Paquette
Preventing Erosion on Our School Grounds
2nd Grade Science » Understanding Our Earth
Big Idea: Students can use their own surroundings to recognize and attempt to repair the results of human impacts on the environment.
York, ME
Environment: Suburban
Beth McKenna
How Can Wind Change the Shape of the Land?
2nd Grade Science » Earth's Changes
Big Idea: Wind is a powerful force! It can change the land in many ways. Let's take this idea down to its basic level and observe how wind can create change.
Ringwood, IL
Environment: Rural
Jeri Faber
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload