Grade 9


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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The Learning Circle: Classroom Activities on First Nations in Canada (Age 12-14)

The Learning Circle: Classroom Activities on First Nations in Canada (Age 12-14)

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

The Learning Circle has been produced to help meet Canadian educators' growing need for elementary-level learning exercises on First Nations. It is the first in a series of four classroom guides on First Nations in Canada. Because First...

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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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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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Outdoor Field Trip Student Checklist (Spring and Fall)

Outdoor Field Trip Student Checklist (Spring and Fall)

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools

This student checkist provides a general list of clothing, food and other items students should bring on an outdoor field trip. This is a word document and can be altered as needed.

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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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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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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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Forest and Nature School Canada Website

Forest and Nature School Canada Website

Forest and Nature School Canada

Forest School [FS] is an educational approach that has existed worldwide since the late 1950s, with over ten thousand Forest School programs in the UK alone. In FS, children spend anywhere from a half day to a full day outdoors in various...

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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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Wetland Ecosystems III  Evolution, Diversity and Sustainability of Ecosystems Teacher Guide

Wetland Ecosystems III Evolution, Diversity and Sustainability of Ecosystems Teacher Guide

Ducks Unlimited Canada

This package addresses environmental impacts, socio-political considerations in environmental solutions, biodiversity, sustainable development, adaptations, natural selection, wetland types, pollution and taxonomy....

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Wetland Ecosystems III  Evolution, Diversity and Sustainability of Ecosystems Student Guide

Wetland Ecosystems III Evolution, Diversity and Sustainability of Ecosystems Student Guide

Ducks Unlimited Canada

This package addresses environmental impacts, socio-political considerations in environmental solutions, biodiversity, sustainable development, adaptations, natural selection, wetland types, pollution and taxonomy....

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