Monday, September 21, 2009

What is erosion?

We watched a very short documentary about how land can change and move. I understand that erosion is when rocks brake up into small parts. When these broken rocks move this is called weathering. When the rocks move and find a new area its makes new land and this is called deposition. By Mitchell

14 comments:

Sandie & James said...

Wow Mitchell
You know so much about erosion. We are really impressed. James loved your drawing on kidpix.

Check out Room 9's blog & see what they have been doing.

sande

Room 10 Grey Lynn said...

Hi Mitchell,
You know so much about erosion. Now we know about erosion too!
From Jennifer and Matt.

Loimata said...

Good description on what erosion is. Cool picture too

Loimata

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Hi
Very nice and intrestingss story.

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