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Earth's Tectonic Plates: Map for Earth's Tectonic Plates

Tectonic plates move along side one another, smash into one another, or pull apart from one another. This graphic is an approximation of Earth's tectonic plates.

  • Drag the handle of the magnifying glass to inspect different plate boundaries and discover how they move against one another.
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Difficulty Level:
at grade
Grades:
6, 7, 8
Date Created:
December 17, 2014
Categories:
science, Earth Science
Concepts:
Earth's Tectonic Plates
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