If we know how to read them, rocks can tell us a story of how our landscapes were created. Geologic history shows us the shaping forces of our land long ago.
For this Wolf Ridge Adventures in Learning lesson, you will…
- Learn about the rock cycle and see how geologic forces shaped the land around the Lake Superior basin.
- Using a bedrock map, describe how differential erosion shaped today’s Wolf Ridge landscape.
- Create a rock cycle model of your own.
- Add observations about the rocks around you to your nature journal.
This Geology StoryMap presentation has everything you need. Click to start, then scroll through the pictures, questions, videos, and links. Do the suggested activities along the way.
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Are you interested in sharing how the Wolf Ridge Adventures in Learning series has inspired you to get outside, explore, and learn? Submissions will be posted on the new Wolf Ridge Adventures in Learning blog. Submit a photo of
- your nature journal entry
- an outdoor discovery
- something you made as part of your learning adventure
- ways you are using the Adventures in Learning lessons and activities
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