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By Steve Rich

ISBN-10: 1936959046

ISBN-13: 9781936959044

ISBN-10: 1936959879

ISBN-13: 9781936959877

While it s simply impossible to take scholars out to discover the flora and fauna, deliver the flora and fauna to the school room. sincerely prepared and straightforward to exploit, this useful consultant comprises greater than 50 technological know-how classes in six devices: Greening the varsity, bugs, vegetation, Rocks and Soils, Water, and within the Sky. All classes contain ambitions, fabrics lists, techniques, reproducible facts sheets, rules for adapting to diverse grade degrees, dialogue questions, and subsequent steps. just about all the wanted fabrics are reasonably cheap or perhaps unfastened (such as leaves and rocks), and if you happen to do get the opportunity to enterprise open air, the teachings will paintings there, too. through the use of Steve wealthy s follow-up to his renowned publication open air technology: a pragmatic advisor, you could introduce scholars to every little thing from computer virus zoos to the solar and stars with out ever desiring to tug on a jacket.

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All rights reserved. org/permissions. W h a t’s th e D iff e r e n ce B e t we e n a S p i d e r , a n E a rth w or m , a n d a n In s e ct ? Name: ___________________________________ Date: _________ Use the chart below to list traits of each animal: Spider Earthworm Insect Choose one of these three animals to sketch below: In your opinion, what are the three most distinguishing features of the animal you have chosen to sketch? ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Bringing outdoor science in: Thrifty classroom lessons Copyright © 2012 NSTA.

All rights reserved. org/permissions. E n c o u ra g i n g R e cy cl i n g a t H om e Name: ___________________________________ Date: _________ Make a jot list of items that could be recycled in a home. ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Find out about an item that is not currently recycled at your home (or that of a classmate) that can be recycled/recyclable. List one item for which you will attempt to track recycling.

What was the total amount of recyclable material gathered? ____________________________________________________________________ What was the difference between either two recycled items or two classrooms’ recycled materials? ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ How much of this recyclable material could you gather in one month of school? How much in the whole school year? ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Bringing outdoor science in: Thrifty classroom lessons Copyright © 2012 NSTA.

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