MERLOT Materials

Show results for

Filter by

73-96 of 438 results for Materials Submitted by Dr. Troy Tenhet

This VERY interesting Earth Observatory website is a great place for an anticipatory set that introduces CDE Standard... see more

This is a NASA website that is a worldwide distributor of educational multimedia for a minimal charge. Browse through the... see more

Keep up to date with this website that gives current information regarding NASA and their current missions. The website... see more

The CDE Standards for 3rd Grade (EARTH SCIENCE 4E) discuss the idea of the Sun's apparent movement through the sky and... see more

The CDE Science Standards for 3rd Grade (EARTH SCIENCE 4D) discusses the idea that Earth has its place in the Solar... see more

Students learn about earthquakes in this NASA SCI Files™ educational video for grades 3-5. Follow the links to get your... see more

From the STARDATE Website, we have an activity that supports CDE Standards for 7th Grade Science (EARTH and LIFE SCIENCE... see more

Ozone (OH zohn) is a gas that is present in small amounts in Earth's atmosphere. In the troposphere (the lowest level of... see more

A robot is a mechanical device that operates automatically. Robots can perform a variety of tasks. They are especially... see more

A rocket is a type of engine that pushes itself forward or upward by producing thrust. Unlike a jet engine, which draws... see more

'Since the beginning of civilization, people have wondered if we are alone in the universe or whether there is... see more

A solar system is a group of heavenly bodies consisting of a star and the planets and other objects orbiting around it.... see more

'Since the dawn of civilization, man was limited by his vision and imagination about his understanding of the universe.... see more

'The Huygens Probe was named after Christiaan Huygens, a Dutch astronomer who in 1655 discovered Titan, Saturn's largest... see more

Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. Its diameter is 88,846 miles (142,984 kilometers), more than 11 times... see more

Neptune is one of the two planets that cannot be seen without a telescope. The other is Pluto. Neptune is about 30 times... see more

Uranus, (YUR uh nuhs or yu RAY nuhs), is the seventh planet from the sun. Only Neptune and Pluto are farther away. Uranus... see more

Venus is known as the Earth's "twin" because the two planets are so similar in size. The diameter of Venus is about 7,520... see more

Relativity is either of two theories of physics developed by the German-born American physicist Albert Einstein. Those... see more

Information gathered by the Voyager probes forms the basis of the modern study of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and... see more

'Hurricanes are large, swirling storms. They produce winds of 119 kilometers per hour (74 mph) or higher. That's faster... see more

A supernova is an exploding star that can become billions of times as bright as the sun before gradually fading from... see more

'Earth is our home planet. Scientists believe Earth and its moon formed around the same time as the rest of the solar... see more

Pluto, (PLOO toh), is a dwarf planet that orbits far from the sun. It shares the region of its orbit, known as the Kuiper... see more