This course outline provides a counter-balance to the traditional economics curriculum, focusing instead on the need to create a new sustainable model that examines climate change threats, globalization and the race to the bottom, debt-driven personal and global finance, as well as the cost of war v
Are you growing plants in your classroom?
Here is a quick Teachers Manual on the elements and ions that plants require to grow and thrive. The chemistry is very simple, and the teacher will receive a good foundation on what types of fertilizer to buy to produce a green and healthy plant.
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Get your hands dirty with this super interesting unit on plants and flowers! When students can go home and explain huge vocabulary words, like "photosynthesis," to their parents, there's really nothing cooler! Get your class excited to learn about plants and trees so they can climb to the top! Dig
This e-guide will help early childhood educators revamp older outdoor environments or create an entirely new space using budget friendly recycled, upcycled and DIY resources and simple step by step action plans to make the most of what you already have!
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Teach about ecosystems, food chains, and the circle of life to help your students discover their passions for the animal kingdom. Inspire children with the complex relationships amongst all living things, including how food chains, food webs, carnivores, herbivores, predators and prey all interact i