ACF Lesson Plan: How Was Coal Formed?
From the American Coal Foundation. Students identify the dates and order of key time frames of geologic history and learn about when and how coal was formed. Grade Level: 5-8 Linked from Wayback Archives
ACF Lesson Plan: Coal Supply and Demand
Students learn about the supply and demand of natural resources. Grades 5-6. From the American Coal Foundation and linked through Wayback Archives
ACF Lesson Plan: Cookie Mining
Students learn the costs associated with the mining process of coal by using chocolate chip cookies and toothpicks. Grade Level: 3-8. From the American Coal Foundation and linked through Wayback Archives
ACF Lesson Plan: Generating Electricity From Coal
Lesson plan for kids to explore the process of generating electricity from coal. Students are asked to think about new ways to use coal to create electricity. Grades 6-8. From the American Coal Foundation and linked through Wayback Archives
ACF Lesson Plan: Coal Formation
Students conduct a simulation of the formation of coal and practice the essential laboratory skills of hypothesizing, observing, and explaining their findings. Grade Level: K-6. From the American Coal Foundation and linked through Wayback Archives
ACF Lesson Plan: Coal Flowers: A Historic Craft
This historic craft among coal mining families allows students to watch the crystallization process in making coal flowers. Grades K-8. From the American Coal Foundation and linked through Wayback Archives
ACF Lesson Plan: Transporting Coal
Students examine national railway, river, and highway routes that might transport coal and plan routes for moving coal from one area to another. Grade Range: 3-8. From the American Coal Foundation and linked through Wayback Archives
Coal Camps and Mining Towns
Students learn history through researching coal mining towns. From the American Coal Foundation and linked through Wayback Archives
History of Coal in the U.S.
Lesson plan for students to study history U.S. coal mining and research the policies of coal-dependent companies. Grades 9-12. From the American Coal Foundation and linked through Wayback Archives
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A quick reference for beginning collectors to include the nine structure and chemical composition classifications of a collection.
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Science in a bag Lesson: Light and Crystals
To use hydro-gel crystals in a hands-on activity to study light refraction through two media. Also, to stimulate critical thinking. Upper Elementary and Middle School Age Children
You've Got to Be Cool to Make Igneous Rocks
Lesson plan for grades 7-9