You may have heard about the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Or perhaps you haven't. In either case, there is no definitive list
that one can point to and claim that these are the Seven
Wonders. You could even come up with your own list of seven wonders
and claim those to be the seven. There are however, some naturally
occurring phenomenon that do appear in multiple lists and definitive
or not, these are amazing feats of nature to behold. In this tour
we will visit some of these Natural Wonders of the World. Along
the way, you'll learn about geography, geology and magnetic forces!
- Students will learn about the natural formations referred to
as the "Natural Wonders of the World", and how and where
- Students will learn both geography and geology.
- Students will be taken to some of the best resources available
on the Web where they can research and retrieve all kinds of data
about these naturally occuring wonders of nature.
1. Which of the Natural Wonders was/were caused by volcanoes,
2. Of the Natural Wonders, which has the most fragile ecosystem?
3. How old are each of the Natural Wonders?
4. How was/is each of the Natural Wonders created?
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