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How can you turn a snail, worm, or roly-poly into an object of inquiry for a young learner? Ask a few questions!

You can make and test predictions using the simplest of invertebrates.

Students head outside to look closely for patterns of leaves in a shady environment vs. a sunny environment.

Work together to gather natural objects, and build creative structures with them!

Encourage kids to engage with nature through investigation and observation, in a safe, supportive environment.

How can you make learning fractions fun? By building a colony of adorable penguins!

If you know the rules to the card game Go Fish, you can easily learn how insects undergo metamorphosis.

What are the different layers in a rainforest? Learn about them with a fun Jungle Layers song!

By building an edible polyp, you'll learn about coral anatomy and discover if it's a plant or an animal.

Featuring over 40 activities, this guide will get your students outside throughout the year!

Through scientific sketching, you can identify patterns in traits shared by a species and get to know variation.

Students use their balancing and group skills to protect their Emperor penguin egg in harsh conditions.

Chew, Bite, Chop into a yummy lesson!

Expand your vocabulary in this creative brainstorming activity.

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