How the Earth moves – Monash Science Incursion

Last week Lydia from the Monash Science center came to our school to teach us about Natural Disasters.

We conducted some experiments which helped us to understand what is going on underneath the Earth’s crust. It helped us to understand the movement of Tectonic Plates, and how rock consistently heat, melts, cools and solidifies.

It was a very interesting incursion and we had a lot of fun.

5 thoughts on “How the Earth moves – Monash Science Incursion

  1. Dear Mrs Francis,
    It was so much fun when we had our incursion and I really want to do it again. I really like learning about natural disasters and I think this topic is the best! I learnt a lot of things, like inside the earth there is a core, there are a lot of tectonic plates not just two, hot air goes up and cold air goes down and more!
    From,
    Tina

  2. Hi Mrs Francis
    It’s me Roshan From Last Year. Nice Slideshow. Since I’m Here Show This Video To Your Students. It’s A Maths Video, Funny One Too. It’s only 2 Minutes 15 Seconds.

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