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This column includes activities inspired by children’s literature. In this issue the activity for the young students asks them to consider how animals use different parts of their environment to meet their needs and how the environment is impacted by this use. Older students are asked to take the changes seen on Earth a step further by considering how water makes major changes to the Earth’s surface through the process of weathering and erosion.
A selection from Science and Children—October 2018
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