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Generalizations: 1. Students will be able to identify the common trees in their school yard by examining their leaves. Objectives: 1. Students will learn that leaves have a variety of special features. 2. Students will make a collection of the
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If you have used other Crystal Project (Such as my Salt Crystal Garden) you should consider trying this project because when finished your students can identify the crystals and then when done eat the crystals. I suggest you allocate a week for
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If you go on the internet you will find lots and lots of suggestions about making a Crystal Garden. I consider this one better than most. In it's 6 pages you will find a Teacher Page with generalizations, objectives and resources. Three (3)
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The sundial is probably the oldest scientific instrument know to man, it dates back to early Egypt around 1500 B.C. In addition to its use by the Egyptians it was also used in ancient Greece and Rome. In Europe the sundial was the most commonly
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If your school has a pond on its campus or students can walk to a nearby pond then you have a great learning opportunity. This packet contains 7 activities for outdoors at a pond and in the classroom. Plus a 2 Student worksheets for use at a pond
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This Teaching Model has three parts. 1. You will need to set up a simple weather station (or have your students watch the weather report on TV and record what they learn) 2. Discuss various Folk Lore statements about predicting the weather - "Red
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December and early January is an excellent time of year to initiate the study of coniferous trees. At the conclusion of the Christmas season, discarded Christmas trees can be used to enhance direct learning experiences. A variety of coniferous trees
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This activity can be conducted in the school yard or students can collect their soil samples in their own backyard and do the various activities in the classroom. This Teaching Model includes a cover page, the teachers page with understandings,
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This project has two soil investigations within it. 1-What makes up a unit of soil and 2. At what rate will water penetrade different kinds of soil. It also has two worksheets to record data. What I like about this Model is the worksheet on what
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This Teaching Model not only tells the story of Arbor Day but it includes a listing of the dates of Arbor Day in all of the States. It also includes several student activities: 1-Identifying the trees on the school grounds (with tree ID
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This activity was developed for use with the C.O.R.A.L Class at Honeoye Central School in Honeoye NY. The students found it not only educational but a fun activity. This lesson consists of six pages. These include: A cover page, A student resource
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This Teaching Model covers the topic of Ecological Succession. It asks the student to visit a farm field that has been taken out of production or empty lot and determine its current state of succession. The lesson consists of teacher information
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Bluebirds begin nesting in February while Goldinch wait until July so this is a great spring activity for students. Granted there are many sets of instructions for making Milk Carton Birdhouses on the web, but most of them are at Arts and Craft
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This activity can be used for a month, a season, or the school year. With this Teaching Model students will learn the scientific skills of : Observing, Recording and Data Collection. It contains a series of Worksheets, Task Cards, and Teacher
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This is one of those fun projects for January. Your students will learn about both the Circumpolar stars and the Constellation in the January sky. Because the stars are only visible at night this lesson plan includes a Student Guide so they can
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In this full color poster we have taken 16 different common birds and listed the nesting materials they like, the diameter the opening hole should be for the selected bird, the egg incubation period, the type of house (box or shelf) , the height the
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In this Teaching Model we will take a look at traditional methods of keeping a field journal and consider using modern tools that many student have access to on a regular basis NGSS Core Ideas LS.2.a CCSS. ELA Literacy CCRA.W.7
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This is definately a seasonal activity even thought trees create their buds during the summer, they remain almost invisible through the autumn and winter. This lesson includes a Cover Page, Treachers Page, Student research page and student
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This is a list of 27 Environmental Projects you might plan and or carry out in your school. It was created by the group Keep Colorado Beautiful and is used here with permission Give them a try John F. Gardner The Environmental Ed Guy
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This teaching model revolves around the ingredients found in wild bird feed. Have students pick up a handful of mixed wild bird seed. What they are holding is a more-or-less carefully compounded substitute for the weed seeds that would make up the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Former Nature Center Director, -- Teacher Special Education. -- Author of 9 books.-- Editor of Environmental Education Curriculium Service (5 years)

MY TEACHING STYLE

Hands on science with emhasis on Environmental Education. My materials are trending toward Next Generation Science Standards. Watch the progress toward the CCSS goals.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Natural Science for Youth Foundation - Newberg Award. -- Connecticut Garden Club Award -- One of the Founders of The National Association for Interpretation

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS Education Glassboro State College NJ (Magna Cum Laud) -- MS Willamantic State College CT

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Permanent Certification NJ - Science, Math, English, Social Studies in Grades 5 thru 9 -- Currently Substitute Teacher Honeoye Central School, Honeoye New York - Grades K thru 12

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