Grade 3


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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Flying Wild

Flying Wild

SaskOutdoors

Flying WILD's focus is on migratory birds and is designed to inspire young people (grade 1-9) to discover more about the natural world. It encourages students to get involved in activities that promote environmental learning and...

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Flying Wild Student Pages

Flying Wild Student Pages

Council for Environmental Education

Although you need to attend a Flying WILD training session to receive the full manual, there are a number of excellent student activity pages and lesson plans available at this link.

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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 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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Soil Texture by Feel

Soil Texture by Feel

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools
Soil, Grade 3

This chart provides information on how to distinguish between sand, clay, clay loam and loam.

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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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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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Seed Scavenger Hunt

Seed Scavenger Hunt

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools
Plants, Grade 3

Here is a scavenger hunt where students have to look for seeds with different characteristics or dispersal methods.

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Leave No Trace Principles

Leave No Trace Principles

Leave No Trace Canada

There are seven Leave No Trace Principles that need to be considered when enjoying the outdoors which help to reduce our ecological footprint. By educating ourselves and others about these principles, we can build awareness,...

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Biodiversity of Wascana Centre

Biodiversity of Wascana Centre

Wascana Centre
Animals, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9

You might be surprised at how many animals call Wascana Centre home. We will discuss the reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals that live in the marsh habitat right in the middle of our city. Did you know you can easily find Western Painted...

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Creatures of the Night

Creatures of the Night

Wascana Centre

Discover what animals you could find right here in Wascana Centre while you stroll through the park in the dark! We will discuss owls, nighthawks, bats and frogs, and look closely as to how these animals can function in the dark.

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Pond Dipping

Pond Dipping

Wascana Centre

Students can search for life below the water. We will use containers to scoop bugs and other underwater life from the water and identify them. Pond dipping equipment will be provided and identification sheets will be on hand. This program...

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Habitat Conservation Area: A Self-Guided Tour

Habitat Conservation Area: A Self-Guided Tour

Wascana Centre

The Habitat Conservation Area is a 23-acre site within Wascana Centre that has been set aside specifically for wildlife. You can use the self-guided brochure to discover this area of the park. Trail markers guide you along this...

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Wascana Marsh Sensory Scavenger Hunt

Wascana Marsh Sensory Scavenger Hunt

Friends of Wascana Marsh

Gather the family for an outing at the marsh and participate in your own self-guided Sensory Scavenger Hunt.

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Wings Over Wascana (WOW) Nature Festival

Wings Over Wascana (WOW) Nature Festival

Friends of Wascana Marsh

WOW is an outdoor nature festival at Wascana Marsh offering free wetland and wildlife activities, entertainment and guided hikes for people of all ages. This annual festival occurs on the second Saturday in May to coincide with...

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Saskatchewan Forestry Association Classroom Resources

Saskatchewan Forestry Association Classroom Resources

Saskatchewan Forestry Association

This website provides many classroom ready lesson plans regarding forests, animals, plants and habitats for students from K - 12. The Saskatchewan Forestry Association was established as a non-profit, charitable...

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