Water Erosion Lesson for Kids

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The movement of soil by a raindrop that creates a small crater in the soil is called _____.

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1. Which type of water erosion is created by rivers and streams?

2. What is the difference between rill erosion and gully erosion?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The worksheet and quiz help test your knowledge of water erosion. Different types of water erosion are on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will be quizzed over:

  • Humans causing water erosion
  • An example of a negative effect water erosion has on the Earth
  • Type of water erosion that is created by streams and rivers
  • Raindrops causing a small crater in the soil
  • How rill erosion differs from gully erosion

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast main topics, such as rill erosion and gully erosion
  • Information recall - remember what you learned about how humans have caused water erosion
  • Interpreting information - read and understand information about the negative effects of water erosion

Additional Learning

See what other topics you can learn about with Water Erosion Lesson for Kids. Other things you can review are:

  • Picture examples of water erosion
  • Different forms of water erosion
  • How this type of erosion happens
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