Cave Formations

When teaching land, air and water include underground landscapes! Caves are formed by the forces of erosion. Carbonic acid in water dissolves rock and forms cave passages and unusual mineral formations. Caves cover 10% of the earth and occur in temperate, tropical, alpine and polar biomes. They are called Karst landscapes.

About 1/4th of the world's people depend on water supplied by karst areas. Human encroachment and pollution are affecting underground regions.

The Early Childhood version has 8 subjects and 32 cards. "This is a great material when introducing land. Our students are fascinated with it! That and your volcano cards." AMS teacher in Cincinnati

The elementary version currently is as pictured. It includes matching cards if you need them as well as a name, definition and who am I card.

This elementary material is being updated and reformatted. Coming soon!

Primary/Early Childhood Cave Formations - Plastic Cards
Discover the wonder of karst regions. Subjects include caves, cave pearls, columns, dripstone, flowstone, soda straws, stalactites and stalagmites. The Early Childhood version has 8 subjects and 32 cards.
$40.00
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Cave Formations - Plastic Cards
Discover the wonder of karst regions. Subjects include aragonite tipped straw, cave pearls, caves and caverns, chandeliers, columns, dripstone, flowstone, gypsum flower, helectites, lake, rimstone dam, river, shelfstone, soda straws, stalactites and stalagmites. 16 SUBJECTS, 80 CARDS.
$48.00
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