U.S. Geologic Survey - Educational Resources - U.S. Department of the Interior
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Discover videos and animation, adventures in STEM, online lectures, citizen science, and more on this Education Resource page. Scroll through the slides at the top and choose a topic, or choose from the menu on the left. Levels are divided into grades K-6, 7-12, and Undergraduate. Once you land on the page for your topic there will be more links on the menu to the left. Each topic has a complete teaching module, structured classroom activities, and digital data or images.
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