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In this outdoor biology and math activity, learners estimate the size of a population of organisms too numerous to count.
In this activity, learners practice counting and multiplication as they figure out how many animal body parts they have to examine as "Dr. Vet."
In this activity, learners will keep track of how much they can do in one minute. Instructors can pick something everyone will do for a minute, such as jumping up and down or drawing stars.
Combine math and exercise with this activity. Learners count how many times in a row they can skip rope or throw and catch a ball.
This activity puts a mathematical twist on the familiar “guessing jar.” No guesses allowed, estimates only.
Learners make a counting/estimating jar to exchange with friends or bring home.
In this activity (on pages 10-17), learners discover how scientists study biodiversity and the health of the environment based on inspection of small areas—a process known as sampling.
This activity (located on page 3 of the PDF under GPS: Alligator Habitat Activity) is a full inquiry investigation into organisms and the health of their ecosystems.
Put the math of measurement, numbers, and everyday life into improvisational skits.
In this activity, learners will make cleaning up more fun with predictions and counting. Estimate how many things are on the floor (or table), then count as they are picked up.