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What I Can Do on Summer Vacation
Students explore environmentally friendly activities for summer vacation on the Gulf and create a travel guide for these activities.
Animals in the Almanac
Students practice using a World Almanac by completing the provided worksheet on animals.
Perimeter and Area Around the North Carolina Zoo
Sixth graders explore perimeter, area and scale drawings of various geometric shapes. They compile all they learned by creating a scaled drawing and model of an human habitation exhibit for a zoo.
Habitat-What's That? (Lesson 1)
First graders orally define the word habitat and list general items that are found in an animal's habitat.
Herps and Humans
Students compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the internal organs of herps--reptiles and amphibians--and humans.
Examine Your Attitudes
Young scholars complete a survey about their attitudes toward herps--reptiles and amphibians. They compare their findings, tally them, graph them, and administer the survey to others. Later, they create an education campaign to dispel myths about herps.
A Long Winter's Nap
Young scholars explore the process of estivation, hibernation and torpor and the ways that frogs adapt to seasonal weather changes.
Students place organisms into the correct classification and justify their reasoning. They must include all objects and have a reason for their decisions.
WHAT IS A CELL?
Students explore the function and structures of cells, including plant and animal cells. They explore cell parts including cell wall, ribosomes, chromosomes, nucleoid, plasmids, flagella, pilli, and plasma membrane, cel
Students study alligators, discover their habitats, species and how they care for their young.
Students observe and compare a variety of living things and pictures of living things to note their similarities and differences.
Dinosaur Paleoecology: Determining the Diet of Ancient Animals
Students study dinosaur teeth and bones to determine the creatures diet, size and shape.
Types of Dinosaurs
Young scholars complete puzzles of dinosaurs. They compare each piece of the puzzle to a fossil and simulate a scientist's role in learning about dinosaurs.
Young scholars simulate a paleontological dig and construct a dinosaur.
Species at Risk: Recovery Teams to the Rescue!
Sixth graders discuss how certain species and plants are deemed endangered. They work together in conservation recovery teams to research an endangered species. Then they explore efforts to make sure that the existence of these species continues.
And the Rains Came Down: A South American Rainforest
Students examine the characteristics of a South American tropical rainforest. They analyze maps, develop graphs, listen to the book, The Great Kapok Tree, and create a rainforest mural.
Creating Zoos and Habitats
Students design a model zoo. They discuss the pros and cons of zoos and work in groups to design a natural habitat for a zoo animal. They create models, write animal reports and present their research to the class.
Covering the Plane with Rep-Tiles
Students discover and explore a special kind of tiling of the plane. Rep-tiles are geometric figures such that n copies can fit together to form a larger, similar figure. They realize that any of the similar figures can be used to tile the plane.
Students become familiar with the need for categorizing scientific information, in this case, animals. They categorize the 5 groups of animals in a collage and answer questions about each.
EGG-STRA, EGG-STRA LEARN ALL ABOUT IT
Students explore how animals produce young by watching age-appropriate videos on the subject. They watch as chicken eggs either hatch or not in an incubator.