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In this activity (on pages 36-39), learners make a model of a watershed out of paper, then run water down the mountain to simulate how rainfall and pollution affect watersheds.
The Scoop on HabitatAdd to list Details
Some aquatic organisms live in open water, while some live in soil at the bottom of a body of water.
Sandy SamplesAdd to list Details
In this collecting/comparing activity, learners work with samples of sand from different places like a lakefront, river, or ocean beach.
Don't Stop for Hitchhikers
In this activity, learners role-play the part of lake inhabitants and the aquatic exotics who displace the native species.
Make a LakeAdd to list Details
Where rainwater goes after the rain stops? And why there are rivers and lakes in some parts of the land but not in others?
In this activity, learners act as water molecules and travel through parts of the water cycle to discover that it is more complex than just water moving from the ground to the atmosphere.
The World's WaterAdd to list Details
Water on Earth is in lakes, the ocean, rivers, underground, and frozen glaciers.
Window Under WaterAdd to list Details
Glare from the sun and ripples from the wind can make it hard to see what's below the surface of a body of water.
Dip Dip, HoorayAdd to list Details
Lakes, streams and other freshwater bodies are a habitat for lots of living things, big and small.
Clear Water, Murky WaterAdd to list Details
How do scientists measure how clear or murky water in a lake is? How does water clarity (clearness) affect what lives in the lake?