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This marine biology activity (on pages 11-17) introduces learners to kelp (seaweed) forests that grow in the ocean and are home to many species of sea animals.
Take a Hike!: A Family Forest Walk
In this family or group inquiry activity, learners use their senses to explore a local forest or woodland.
Bark Beetle Infestation Investigation: Estimation and Pheromones
This activity investigates how bark beetles can threaten forests by having learners estimate the number of infected trees from a photo.
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In this outdoor game, learners play the roles of gray or red squirrels gathering and storing a supply of food in "fall" and recovering enough of them to survive the "winter." Learners carry bags repre
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In this outdoor activity and fun race, learners first find the most common type of tree in a forest site.
Who Eats What?
This activity is on page 10 (continued on the right side of page 11) of the pdf, part of the Forest Animals Discovery Box. In this game, learners act out the food web.
In this activity (on page 2 of the PDF under GPS: Biodiversity Activity), learners will pair up and take a notebook outdoors to a selected location to observe and record a list of living things that t
In this activity (p.14-15 of PDF), learners discover the concepts of competition and limiting factors as they relate to plant and animal communities.
Statistics: Creature Features
In this math activity, learners collect, organize, and analyze a set of data related to types of animals in the temperate forest.