Geology of the Great Plains and Mountain West
Investigate How The Earth Was Formed With 15 Projects

The Great Plains region is diverse—from the spectacular Rocky Mountains to the mighty Mississippi, but why is it so diverse? What relates the largest river system in North America to the rugged, steep Rockies to its west? Terrain, climate and plate tectonics. These factors make the physical geography of the Great Plains region so distinctive and interrelated. Explore the changes of the region while learning fun facts and trying experiments and projects.


ISBN 13: 9781936313839
Price: $15.95 US
GRL: U
Grade Level: 4-6
Ages: 9-12
Subject: Science
Trim Size: 8 x 10
Color: Black & White
Page Count: 128
Author: Cynthia Light Brown
Illustrator: Eric Baker
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DIG magazine—“Another in the really informative and engaging Build It Yourself non-fiction activity series. Interesting ‘Did You Know?’ boxes, sidebars, and illustrations complement the 15 thought-provoking activities. Enjoy!”

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