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Enjoy this FREE Earthquake safety poster, reading passage, questions to answer, and a true/false answer sheet to help students understand how to prepare for an earthquake.  Students will also learn about what to do during an earthquake when they are caught in one inside or outside a building!Be sure to FOLLOW US!

Description Enjoy this FREE Earthquake safety poster, reading passage, questions to answer, and a true/false answer sheet to help students understand how to prepare for an earthquake. Students will also learn about what to do during an earthquake when they are caught in one inside or outside a building! For our Earthquakes K-2 Close Reading NO PREP Pack, click here: Earthquakes K-2 NO PREP Pack Be sure to FOLLOW US! and rate this product!

This 7-page Natural Disasters Activity Set includes six fun, educational activities to help children understand and learn about different natural disasters. Here's what's inside: Full color visual glossary of 12 types of natural disasters Cause and effect activity Natural disasters writing practice sheet Earthquake safety activity Natural disasters matching vocabulary activity Tornado line tracing activity Fill-in-the-blank natural disaster activity PLEASE NOTE: This is a digital product. Nothin

This 7-page Natural Disasters Activity Set includes six fun, educational activities to help children understand and learn about different natural disasters. Here's what's inside: Full color visual glossary of 12 types of natural disasters Cause and effect activity Natural disasters writing practice sheet Earthquake safety activity Natural disasters matching vocabulary activity Tornado line tracing activity Fill-in-the-blank natural disaster activity PLEASE NOTE: This is a digital product…

magnitudes of an earthquake | ... strength now referred to as magnitude as Richters name retired

The Richter scale, developed by the American geologist Charles Richter in the 1930s, is a "logarithmic" scale, which means that each one-point increase on the scale represents a tenfold increase in the magnitude of the earthquake.

Earthquakes. 7th Grade Science Worksheets and Answer key, Study Guides and Vocabulary Sets.

Earthquakes. Science Worksheets and Study Guides Seventh Grade. Covers the following skills: Analyze and interpret data on natural hazards to forecast future catastrophic events and inform the development of technologies to mitigate their effects.