This kit comes with all you need to give students an exciting opportunity to see who occupies their schoolyard when all human activity has ended for the day.
With the help of Sibley’s guides, students become more familiar with the trees and shrubs that live in the Upper Valley region.
With the help of macroinvertebrate and guides, students become more familiar with the critters that live in local water bodies.
Students learn how to identify the commonly found species of insects in the Upper Valley region using nets, guides, and photos.
Why do some members of a species survive and not others? Students will play a game where they pretend to be a bird and they have to collect moths to eat.
Students learn how to identify the commonly found species of birds in the Upper Valley region using binoculars, guides, and photos.
In this investigation, students gain experience with the evidence of chemical change by observing similar-looking powders.
This inquiry activity allows students to investigate and determine a mystery liquid based upon its properties, data collection and observation skills.
This hands-on engineering opportunity allows students to investigate energy production by wind power.