Biome Exchange: Send the Stuff Not The Kids
Learners exchange information with students from various geographic biomes. They explore the unique ecologically significant features of the biomes and share with other learners.
7th - 12th Science 3 Views 7 Downloads
From Salmonberry to Sagebrush - Exploring Oregon’s Native Plants
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Biome Exchange - Send the "Stuff" Not The Kids
Students exchange ecological information with students from different geographic biomes. They box up the "unique ecologically significant features" of their area, send the box to another class in another area and then receive a similar...
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