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Shark Sense of Smell
This is an activity about our sense of smell and how it compares to sharks' super noses. Learners will create varying solutions of water and perfume.
Professor John Endler traveled to Trinidad in the 1970s to study wild guppies. In this activity, learners take part in an online simulation of Endler's work.
Invent an AnimalAdd to list Details
In this outdoor activity and game, learners explore how animals adapt for survival through coloration, markings and camouflage.
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.
Bird NestsAdd to list Details
In this outdoor activity, learners build bird nests and place them in the activity area, then play the role of naturalists as they try to locate each other's nests.
Underwater Hide and Seek
In this activity, learners experience firsthand how marine animals' adaptive coloration camouflages them from prey.
In this science and language arts activity, learners study fish anatomy and make their very own 3D paper fish.
Population Study Game: Oh, Deer!
In this activity, learners model a population of deer and see how the number of deer changes over time.
Shake It!Add to list Details
In this outdoor activity that can be combined with a hike, learners try to match a "mystery community" by shaking animals out of different trees and shrubs.