Environmental Science 20


Re-Energy.ca

Re-Energy.ca

Greenlearning.ca

With re-energy.ca, students of all ages use detailed construction plans to build working models of wind turbines, solar ovens, hydroelectric generators, and biogas generators. Students can also make use of related links and...

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Cool 2.0

Cool 2.0

Greenlearning.ca

As the new go-to hub for the best in climate change education, COOL 2.0 offers resources for science, social studies, economics, language arts, technology, and beyond. Search our database for lesson plans, videos, research and data, and...

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Ecodriver

Ecodriver

Green Communities Canada

Ecodriver is an Ontario program run by Green Communities Canada that give green tips on buying a car and fuel efficiency to help the environment and safe money.

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Stormwater Runoff Information

Stormwater Runoff Information

Green Communities Canada

RAIN Community Solutions is community engagement service designed and delivered by Green Communities Canada and its members across Canada. Our service builds community support and participation in stormwater innovations that...

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RAIN Community Solutions

RAIN Community Solutions

Green Communities Canada

RAIN Community Solutions is community engagement service designed and delivered by Green Communities Canada and its members across Canada. Our service builds community support and participation in stormwater innovations that...

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Oily Problem

Oily Problem

Council for Environmental Education

This lesson plan encourages participants to learn why birds’ feathers must stay clean and well-conditioned and discover how oil in water can hurt birds.

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Below Zero

Below Zero

Canadian Wildlife Foundation, SaskOutdoors

Below Zero is an educational program designed to promote understanding of wildlife under winter conditions. Developed by CWF and launched in 2003, it features 46 complete lesson plans that can each be adapted for any age, grade or...

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Project Wet

Project Wet

Canadian Water Resource Association

“Project WET is an international, interdisciplinary, water education program for formal and non-formal educators of kindergarten to grade 12 and beyond, intended to supplement a school’s existing curriculum.”...

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Project Wild

Project Wild

Canadian Wildlife Foundation, SaskOutdoors

Teachers, parents, and students praise this classic K-12 environmental education program used internationally. Project WILD instructors have taught thousands of Canadian students from kindergarten through high school — and...

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List of Edible Plants

List of Edible Plants

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools

This document provides pictures and details of edible plants in Saskatchewan and their medicinal use.

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Amphibial Pursuits

Amphibial Pursuits

Nature Canada

The Amphibial Pursuits: FrogWatch Teachers’ Guide to Frogs explores the world of frog and toad ecology, physiology and adaptation through classroom activities, visual demonstrations, critical thinking, and field trips....

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WormWatch

WormWatch

Nature Canada

WormWatch is a science-based education program that makes learning about the soil ecosystem fun. It is a part of NatureWatch, a national volunteer monitoring program used to identify ecological changes that may be affecting our...

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IceWatch

IceWatch

Nature Canada

IceWatch is part of the NatureWatch suite of national volunteer monitoring programs designed to help identify ecological changes that may be affecting our environment. IceWatch allows Canadians of all ages to participate in...

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Winter Menu Planning

Winter Menu Planning

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools

Here is a handy winter menu planning document that provides information on how much protein, carbohydrates and fats should be a part of your food intake during an outdoor excursion in winter temperatures.

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Habitat and Communities Field Trip Pre /Post Lessons

Habitat and Communities Field Trip Pre /Post Lessons

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools

Here are some pre and post field trip lesson plans on habitats and communities, comparing what humans and animals need to survive, mural making, links to songs, games and suggested readings.

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Finding Your Way

Finding Your Way

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools

One of the most important skills in orienteering is learning how to use a map and compass. Even with new technologies, a map and compass are much less likely to fail and cannot run out of batteries. There are two parts to this field study. The...

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Diversity Within Ecosystems

Diversity Within Ecosystems

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools

This ecosystem field trip will focus on the abiotic and biotic components of an ecosystem. This trip will take place at either Flying Creek, Fairy Hill or Deep Lake where students will be able to study and experience grassland, woodland,...

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Winter Survival Student Checklist

Winter Survival Student Checklist

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools

This student checklist provides a general list of clothing, food and other items students should bring on a winter outdoor field trip.

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