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In this activity, learners start their own field journal to better understand the wildlife in their area.
Learners construct a bird feeder from re-used materials. After hanging their feeder, they keep a journal about what birds visit the feeder.
In this activity, learners work in pairs to conduct a series of experiments using a balloon, drinking straw, and paper.
In this activity (on page 2 of the PDF under GPS: Cactus Activity), learners will develop their own version of a tool used by biologists, a dichotomous key, by collecting all their left shoes.
In this activity, learners will observe a deceptively simple process: a burning candle.
This lesson plan provides learners with two activities to explore the connections between events in their lives and the seasons of the year.
In this activity, learners will create glitter bottles with adult supervision. These are a fun way for little ones to practice observing and making comparisons.
In this activity, learners use their senses to collect information about a fruit and record their findings in a Science Journal.
In this activity, learners try to figure out who has their matching rock type by reading a description of their rock (no talking!).
In this group or individual activity, learners are encouraged to watch birds near home or school—possibly where birds are nesting in a tree, pecking in a park, feeding from a feeder, or flying through
In this activity, learners build a bird feeder or feeders to attract birds for observation.
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
This activity (page 2 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: California Fish) is a full inquiry investigation into environmental adaptation.
In this activity, learners observe the moon each night for a month and draw their observations in a Moon Watch Log.