This activity uses the 5E (engage, explore, explain, elaborate, evaluate) to guide students through the causes and effects of global climate change. In engage, students watch several videos and identify nine pieces of evidence of global climate change. In explore, students dig deeper into four indicators of global climate change using two interactive simulations and graphical analysis of data, In explain, students read an article by a NASA scientist answering the five most frequently asked questions about global climate change. In elaborate, students use the NASA Sea Level Viewer to show how data can be analyzed. In evaluate, students look at albedo and begin to think about feedback in a system and finally test their knowledge with an interactive quiz. To do the full activity would take about 5-10 days depending on the depth of research the teacher requires. Teachers may do portions of the activity, but engage and explore would be required in order to make sure students have a good understanding of Earth’s changing climate.