Circular Flap Book - Layers of the Earth: Earth Science Project

By: Michael Gravois

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Product Description:

Students will learn about the composition of the Earth and record their findings in a layered flap book shaped like the Earth.

Grades 3 - 6

Physical Science Connection: Students can create a circular flap book that examines the makeup of an atom—the nucleus, protons, electrons, neurons, and shell (orbit).

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