Search results for: “earth kind landscaping”

  • Publication
    While following the continuing saga of the evil Dr. Thistle and his plot to rule the earth's ecosystems, students in grades 6-8 can learn important lessons on soils and water....
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    ...in drinking water, coal, and the produced water from oil and gas wells. This publication discusses the presence of lithium and other rare earth elements found in Texas. (2 pages)...
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    ...updraft can no longer support the weight of the hailstone-which may occur if the stone becomes large enough or the updraft weakens-hailstones will fall to the Earth’s surface. (4 pages)...
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    Soil is a layer of unconsolidated (i.e., loose) mineral and/or organic material. Soil is nearest to the Earth’s surface in terrestrial areas (not covered by water). Soil makes up a...
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    This publication provides a basic understanding of Earth's climate system, its atmosphere, and the factors that influence climate change. It aims to help people better understand climate terminology, concepts, and...
  • Course
    ...a classroom science center with ideas of exciting and meaningful science experiences for preschool children within four different areas of science: Life Science Health Science Physical Science Earth and Space...
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    ...designed to help you gain a better understanding of how to fight germs that invade your child care setting with earth-friendly options. The objectives of this course are to: increase...
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    Course Information If you are a preschool, Head Start, kindergarten teacher, or any other Early Childhood Educator (ECE), you will love this fun, video-based course that will help you to...
  • Project
    ...under 18 years old and own a dog. Mixed breed or purebred, registered or not, all kinds of dogs are welcomed in the Texas 4-H Dog Care and Training Project....
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    ...can cause water pollution. Students will also be able to visualize how pollution affects water quality and aquatic life. This activity is suited for kindergarten through fifth-grade students. (2 pages)...