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Thursday, April 2, 2020
Here's another eLearning activity for teachers and parents!
You know, a nature hike is STILL a good way to practice social distancing! Here's a good outdoor activity for your kids or students!
This activity takes me back to my childhood when I spent much of my time exploring the woods, fields, lakes and creeks of my home town, searching for interesting animals to watch.
Salamanders were a big part of my childhood. Now they are less common! This activity is a citizen science project created by the Great Smoky Mountains Institute. No matter where you live, you can find salamanders and report what you find to this study.
**Note - PLEASE do not handle salamanders if you have insect repellent, sunscreen or hand sanitizer on your hands! They have permeable skin that aborbs these chemicals!
At Conservation Tales, we believe the best way
to learn science is to DO science!!!
And it's FREE!
FREE Teaching Resources for Online and Homeschool Learning!
Conservation Tales wants to help teachers and parents find quality science activities during the pandemic response! If you are homeschooling, or if you teach online, these downloads may help with your plans!
The activities can be done online, or with easy-to-find materials at home. Students practice science process skills as they learn about biology, environmental science and conservation actions.
Check this page every Tuesday and Thursday for another Conservation Tales science activity that you can download FREE for use with eLearning.
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