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What Is the Water Cycle?
Small groups place sand and ice in a covered box, place the box in the sunlight, then observe as evaporation, condensation, and precipitation occur. These models serve as miniature water cycles and demonstrations of the three phases of matter that water is found in: solid, liquid, and gas.
K - 5th Physical Education 104 Views 90 Downloads
Drama in the Salt Marsh
Students are introduced to the various organisms that live in a salt marsh. They recognize adaptations of organisms that live in the salt marsh. Pupils review concepts of the ecosystem and niche. Students explain the different roles in an ecosystem using the example of a salt marsh.
6th - 8th Science 4 Views 13 Downloads
Wetlands and Saltmarshes
Students identify the different functions of a wetland system and why the system is important to the St. Mary's River ecosystem and the environment. They play a migration game and write a journal about the salt marsh periwinkle and how wetlands and marshes are important to its survival.
4th - 6th Science 4 Views 14 Downloads
All Hands on Deck: A Harbor Education Program
Students build a model of an estuary. In this wetland activity, students build a model estuary with a paint tray and modeling clay. They use the model to illustrate the impact of non-point pollution on the watershed.
5th - 12th Science 3 Views 5 Downloads
How Do We Use Water?
Send youngsters home to survey how they use water in their homes. Then bring them together to discuss which uses are essential for our health and which are not. A helpful video offers teaching tips for this lesson, and a presentation slide supports your class discussion.
K - 5th Science 4 Views 5 Downloads
Field Trip to the Salt Marsh/Coastal Ecosystem
Students identify the animals and plants of the salt marsh, recall the benefits of it and assess the ecosystem components. In this salt marsh lesson students get to see the ecosystem firsthand and conduct population estimates of snails and apply it to how scientists conduct experiments.
9th - 12th Science 3 Views 1 Download
Visit the Salt Marsh
Learners visit the salt marsh. They work in groups to answer questions on their worksheets. Students also work in groups to collect information. They are given an introduction to the salt marsh. Learners properly store and label their specimens.
6th - 8th Science 3 Views 1 Download
What Makes Water Special?
Get close up and personal with a drop of water to discover how the polarity of its molecules affect its behavior. Elementary hydrologists split and combine water droplets, and also compare them to drops of oil. Much neater than placing a piece of wax paper over the graph paper is inserting a piece of graph paper into a resealable plastic bag and zipping it shut.
K - 5th Science 25 Views 19 Downloads
What Is a One Part Per Million Solution?
Water may appear to be crystal clear, but there could be dissolved substances present. Lab groups make a one-part-per-million of a food coloring solution to demonstrate this concept. As part of an outstanding unit about water, this lesson prepares learners to consider invisible water pollutants in a future lesson.
3rd - 5th Science 7 Views 13 Downloads
How Can We Find Out What Is in Water?
Using paper chromatography, water watchers discover that several substances might be dissolved even though they aren't visible. In this case, you will prepare a mixture of three different food colorings for them to experiment with. A brief discussion follows.
3rd - 5th Science 13 Views 11 Downloads
Oil and Bird Populations
Display a stunning drawing of the Gulf of Mexico's ecosystems. Learners examine the picture to determine what birds live there and what foods they rely on. Then show a poignant five-minute film that examines the impact of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon (BP) oil spill on specific species of birds in the gulf.
4th - 9th Science 23 Views 38 Downloads
What Dissolves in Water?
One of water's claims to fame is as the universal solvent. Young physical scientists experiment to discover which materials dissolve in this special compound. You could never be more prepared for teaching this lesson than by using this resource; it comes with a video of teaching tips, a well-written lesson plan, handouts, and math and reading supplements to add cross-curricular components.
K - 5th Science 76 Views 62 Downloads
Sea Level and the Terrapin
Young scholars study the habitat of the terrapin. In this terrapin lesson, students create a diorama of the habitat of the terrapin. Young scholars also simulate how it would look if people moved into the area and how predators can threaten terrapin babies.
6th - 10th Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 3 Downloads
Fix It! Natural Resource Restoration
Investigate ways to repair and preserve coastal resources. Your class will give examples of human and natural activity that has damaged coastal resources, and then describe 3 restoration projects and they describe 3 ways people can contribute to coastal restoration.
9th - 12th Science 8 Views 27 Downloads
How Much Water Is in a Fruit?
Compare the volume of an orange to the volume of liquid that can be extracted out of it. Also compare the mass of an apple before and after it has been dried out. In both of these activities, children find that there is an appreciable amount of water contained in fruit.
3rd - 5th Science 11 Views 5 Downloads
How Much Water Do Humans Need?
Physical or life science learners measure the amounts of water eliminated by intestines and the urinary system, and the amounts lost via respiration and perspiration. In doing so, they discover that the body's water must be replenished regularly.
K - 5th Science 32 Views 24 Downloads