Understanding the changes that are taken place on Earth is a critical aspect of living on it. All human activities are dictated by what is happening in their environment. Understanding the natural phenomenon involved in these changes is why this is such an important branch of science. Our civilization is entirely reliant on natural resources that are available to us to perform essential activities. Being able to take data and understand weather and climate changes is essential to our own wellness. We learn about the rock that we have lived on, as a species, for just over 6,000 years. The Earth is made up of many layers that we are learning more about every week. Did you know that human made erosion is accelerating at an unprecedented pace? The Earth has a lot of cool things like geysers. These can be thought of as Earth's sweat glands. The only difference is that some geysers can shoot water at a pressure that is enough to tear your skin off.
These worksheets will begin by helping students learn to name and identify many natural structures and help them understand their function and purpose. We will then take a dive into the planet itself. We will look and the layers of the Earth and learn what takes place at each level. We will look at the concepts of hemispheres and the result of natural phenomena that is created as a result. We end off by looking at the gaseous layers of the atmosphere and explore the current scientific community thinking of those layers. Worksheets range from simple navigation of the ocean floor, underground water deposits, landforms, layers of Earth, hemispheres, and atmospheric layers.