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Pangea Flip Book and Continental Drift Scientific Theory Info

We are in Unit 4-7 of Layers of Learning and today's science lesson was on plate tectonics. We do science once a week, usually on Tuesday or Wednesday . . .

Middle School Earth & Space Science Worksheets: Pangea

Social studies and science students can learn about pangea, an important theory about the formation of the earth and its continents.


I think I understand why the super continent, Pangaea, had to drift apart and create many lands separated by oceans. With lots of different lands, some lands could remain unexplored. And this was important. This served a purpose. I often fall asleep at night listening to a book or lecture on my iphone. It quiets […]

This will come in handy on those days where I just really need a map of Pangea.

I think it makes something more memorable when you know where something came from, so I thought I would look up the history of plate tectonics – which I find has been around for a surprisingl…

The continuity of mountain chains provides further evidence for Pangaea. One example of this is the Appalachian Mountains chain, which extends from the southeastern United States to the Caledonides of Ireland, Britain, Greenland, and Scandinavia.

About 300 million years ago, Earth didn't have seven continents, but instead one massive supercontinent called Pangaea, which was surrounded by a single ocean called Panthalassa.

SciencesLabo: Plate tectonics continental drift theory

Plate tectonics and continental drift theory Plate tectonics was born in 1968 in the form of a theory of the evolution of the Earth's surface as a whole, hence the name given to it often global tectonics. Based on geophysical approach, it has since been the subject of numerous checks that have made it a widely accepted theory, making obsolete all other theories orogenic, or at least reducing the explanation of partial processes (for example, the gravitational slip of cover tectonics). Plate…