What do an ordinary cake and planet Earth have in common? Both are made up of layers! Learn about Earth's four distinct layers with the gang from Ready Jet Go!
From the Smithsonian's American Museum of Natural History, Earthquakes: Tremors From Below has lots of pictures and animations that show how earthquakes and tsunamis happen and explain how scientists study them.
How is an earthquake like a sandwich? Find out with RJ and Sam. Study Jam: Earthquakes is an animated explanation of plate tectonics, faults, and earthquakes. Watch the video and then take the quiz.
Learn more about earthquakes with Claire and Nisha from Dragonfly TV. Explore fault damage and visit a museum with them as they discover evidence of earth movement in their own region.
Learn all about earthquake science with Dynamic Earth, an interactive from Annenberg Learner. Encounter fun challenges and puzzles as you progress through Earth's Structure, Plate Tectonics, Plates and Boundaries, and then end up at Slip, Slide and Collide!
How do the earth's plate boundaries, volcanoes, and earthquakes relate to each other? Take a look at this interactive layering map from PBS Learning Media.
Has there been an earthquake in your area today? Find out where earthquakes are happening right now with this cool Earthquakes Map from USGS. Zoom to the US, the entire world, or your own region.
How do people live with earthquakes? How are buildings designed to withstand earthquakes? What causes earthquakes, and what are shock waves? Find out with this earthquakes interactive from DK Find Out. Try the quiz too.
What are megathrust earthquakes? What was the biggest earthquake of the 20th century? Check out fascinating earthquake facts from Kids Fun Science.
Take a look at some great earthquake infographics at One Geology Kids.
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