The concept of floating plates of Earth is usually easy to relate to kids that have gone paddle boarding before. There are eight major plates on the surface of the Earth. These plates are in constant motion. They just aren't moving sixty-miles per hour; more like inches per year. If we look deep inside (I mean really inside) the Earth we see that these plates are moving around upon molten rock. The heat and pressure generated by this creates waves of motion. If we were to come back and look at Earth a million years from now, all of our current maps would make no sense at all.
The titles in this section work on the concept of faults within the Earth and how the Earth itself changes over time. The key is how that movement, over time, causes major changes to the Earth over time.