Erosion is defined as the gradual removal of material from the Earth's crust. Most erosion happens through natural processes. Forces like wind and rain cause erosion but erosion is also affected by humans, especially from farming and agriculture. A river can create a large canyon over time by moving out rock and soil gradually. The Grand Canyon is a great example of how erosion shapes the Earth's land forms. There are many factors affecting the rate of erosion. One of the most important is climate. When there is a lot of wind or rain soil and rocks are removed easily from the landscape.

The environment is the circumstances and conditions that surround us. It involves the complex physical, chemical and biological factors like climate, soil and living things that act upon an organism or an ecological community that ultimately determine its form and its survival. In short the environment is the surroundings or conditions in which a person or animal lives and operates.

Erosion Environment Games

Erosion Game

Card Game Erosion and the environment Downloadable

Biodiversity Environment for the classroom

Rainy day indoor environment classroom activities and games

Biodiversity - Everything Counts!

Life in the Pond game

Simple Identification Guide for: Life in the Pond

Water Safari life in the pond game

Ecosystem game

Ocean Marine Animal Game

Help the Old Man of the Sea Catch Fish Game

Dolphin Dive Action Game

My Aquarium Fish Game for Kids

Hook the Fish game for kids

Fishing game

Bass Fishing Games like Asteroids

Fish, Coral, Marine Animals

Science Games





Shape it Up - Erosion activity

Weathering and Erosion from Study Jams (video)

Free Flash Presentations

Science Games

Free Presentations in PowerPoint format