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Biosphere Biokits Activity Guide for Educators

Biosphere Biokits Activity Guide for Educators

Environment Canada

Published by Environment Canada's Biosphere, in collaboration with its valuable partners, the BioKits serve as guides enabling participants to explore Canada?s biodiversity in a fun and interactive manner at any time of year. They are...

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Composting Guide

Composting Guide

City of Regina
Plants, Soil, Waste, Grade 9, Environmental Science 20, Teacher PD

The City of Regina promotes composting as a way to help reduce the amount of waste materials going to our landfill. Composting also produces a free soil conditioner which improves soil quality and helps plants flourish. To assist with YOUR...

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iSchoolTravel calculator

iSchoolTravel calculator

iSchoolTravel

This tool can help individuals and groups measure their impacts arising from transportation to and from school. Its unique ability to balance accuracy, details, student identity safety, simplicity and fun allows easy access to...

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Active and Safe Routes to School Program Website

Active and Safe Routes to School Program Website

Green Communities Canada

Active & Safe Routes to School is a community-based initiative that promotes the use of active transportation for the daily trip to school, addressing health, physical activity, and traffic safety issues while taking action on air...

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Macroinvertebrates of the Swift Current Creek

Macroinvertebrates of the Swift Current Creek

Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards

This flipbook provides a quick and general reference for various macroinvertebrates (bugs) with pictures and facts, indicating how sensitive they are to pollutants in the water.

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Invasive Plants Flipbook

Invasive Plants Flipbook

Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards

Maintaining and improving the condition of the riparian areas adjacent to the Swift Current Creek is an important part of the Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards? primary objective of improving the overall quality of water in the...

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Water Workshops

Water Workshops

Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards

Froghoppers water workshops teach students aged 8 ? 14 why the creek is important by examining the: geography of the Swift Current Creek, Riparian Zones, Animal, Fish & Water Bug Habitat, Nitrate & pH in the water. These workshops...

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Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre Website

Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre Website

Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre

The Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre and Beaver Creek Conservation Area?are pleased to offer a variety of interesting programs to groups upon request, including children's programs, presentations, heritage walking tours and...

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Operation Water Flow

Operation Water Flow

Safe Drinking Water Foundation

Operation Water Flow is a cross-curricular program that gives students a more thorough understanding of issues surrounding drinking water.

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Operation Water Spirit

Operation Water Spirit

Safe Drinking Water Foundation

Operation Water Spirit reinforces Aboriginal culture and perspectives regarding water for Aboriginal students while at the same time providing an Aboriginal perspective to non-Aboriginal students about water issues.

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Operation Community Water Footprint

Operation Community Water Footprint

Safe Drinking Water Foundation

Operation Community Water Footprint enables students to calculate the amount of raw water required to produce one litre of treated drinking water in their community.

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Operation Water Health

Operation Water Health

Safe Drinking Water Foundation

Operation Water Health teaches students about healthy water and unhealthy water and the diseases which can be caused by unhealthy water.

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Operation Water Biology

Operation Water Biology

Safe Drinking Water Foundation
Conservation, Water

Operation Water Biology teaches students about biological water treatment as well as chlorine, chloramine, ammonia and iron in a hands-on manner through several experiments

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Beaver Creek Trails

Beaver Creek Trails

Meewasin Valley Authority

Signage and maps are posted at Beaver Creek to help you find your way through the site; from the highway, through the parking lot, to our facilities and on to the trails. In the Interpretive Centre, plan your walk using the site map printed out...

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Grade 5 Program

Grade 5 Program

Meewasin Valley Authority
Animals, Conservation, Grade 5

Beaver Creek Conservation Area?s Grade 5 educational program was originally developed with the Public and Catholic School Boards.? This curriculum based program offers students seasonal outdoor learning through hands ? on...

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Grade 3 Program

Grade 3 Program

Meewasin Valley Authority
Appreciation of Nature, Water, Grade 3

Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre worked together with the school boards in the area to develop a curriculum-based learning opportunity for Grade 3 students. Topics of the 2-hour program include: Founding of Saskatoon, Pioneer...

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Green Teacher Magazine

Green Teacher Magazine

Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication (EECOM)

Green Teacher is a Canadian non-profit?magazine for youth educators, whether inside or outside schools. Four times a year, Green Teacher publishes innovative ideas and activities for promoting environmental literacy and global...

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Storytelling From the Land

Storytelling From the Land

The Prairie Learning Centre

Together with Lyndon Tootoosis, a First Nations Storyteller, students will explore the story of the prairie landscape. Hike across the native prairie landscape to discover ancient tipi rings and other evidence of the first people on...

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