Indiana Expeditions with Rick Corsslin, Teacher Toolkit
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Indiana Expeditions - Forces That Shaped Indiana (Earth Science)

Dig down deep enough in Indiana and you'll find the elements that make our world rock-solid, from simple gypsum to the sedimentary rocks that makes the Hoosier state famous around the world. Where does it all come from, what is the force behind it all, and just as importantly, where does it all go? Science teacher and host Rick Crosslin takes you around the state to show you how Indiana has been sculpted by natural forces over thousands of years. No matter how you cut it, Indiana rocks!

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Lesson: Play-Doh Mining

Students will gain an understanding of the process of mining natural resources.

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Lesson: Sediment Jar

Students will gain an understanding of creating a sediment jar.

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