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Laboratory exercises for use in introduction to physical geology: 1. Rock cycle, 2. Rock-forming minerals -... see more

Games, puzzles and activities centered around nature and science for kids grades K-12. Developed by the U.S. Geological... see more

The Mineral Gallary is a browable and searchable website that helps you learn about different charachertistics of... see more

The Birthstone collection is built around a series of photomicrographs (photographs taken with a microscope) of mineral... see more

Great resource for learning about gemstones and minerals.

Excellent resource for discovering information about minerals. See attached lesson.

According to Textbook Revolution, a student-run site “dedicated to increasing the use of free educational materials by... see more

engage students through dynamic curricular resources like Discovery Education streaming Plus and Discovery Education... see more

The Earth Science Reference Tables (ESRT) is an invaluable tool to the earth science student. It contains important... see more

This is a free, online textbook offered by "The first version of this text was written to serve as lecture... see more

The Virtual Cave, created by professional photographer Dave Bunnel, provides K-12 educators and students with an... see more

Students determine what building stones are most appropriate in a climate similar to Washington, DC by examining stones... see more

O OA catálogo mineral (CATMIN) tem por objetivo apoiar o ensino de mineralogia em cursos da Educação Profissional e... see more

In this two-part module, developed by Heather McCune Bruhn and Sarah J. Townsend, we will explore gold. First we'll look... see more

Lapis lazuli is a bright blue semiprecious stone, first known only in remote mountains in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and... see more

Super site!! Colorful, clever, interactive, interactive and useful.

This is a beta version of an open access textbook on Mineralogy, current as of October 2020. Minerals make up just about... see more

This video was recorded at International Conference on Outbursts of Water from Abandoned Mines: Causes, Consequences,... see more

Ochre, which is essentially rust (iron oxide), is humankind's first pigment, and one of the most plentiful sources of... see more

Take students into the field and give each team a list of rocks or mineral types you want found and brought back within... see more

reseña de los yacimientos de chile y sus formaciones

Describing rock outcrops and hand specimens