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Project WILD Activities Related to Creek Kids

The alphabetical listing of activities is found in the last page of your Project WILD book.


Activity Name

Activity Idea
K 4 Grasshopper Gravity animal structure and function
K 4 Wildlife Is Everywhere! wildlife comes in different shapes, sizes and adaptations
K 4 What's That Habitiat? visualize components of habitat
K 4 Graphananimal identify characteristic life forms in two different environments
K 4 Environmental Barometer observing wildlife and considering environmental indicators
K 4 The Thicket Game adaptations and camouflage
K 4 Learning to Look, Looking to See casual and detailed observation
K 4 Too Close for Comfort crowding of wildlife and people
K 4 Ethi-Thinking thinking about activities harmful to the environment
K 4 Playing Lightly on the Earth thinking about games that damage and don't damage the environment
K 6 Classroom Carrying Capacity learn about carrying capacity
4 7 Shrinking Habitat effects of human development
4 9 Deadly Links pesticides and food chains
4 12 Oh Deer! carrying capacity game about habitat: food, water and shelter
4 12 Planning for People and Wildlife land use planning
5 8 Habitat Rummy habitat game
5 8 Habitat Lap Sit identify components of habitat (food, water, shelter and space)
5 8 Who Fits Here? ecosystems and characteristic lifeforms
5 8 Rainfall and the Forest recognize the effect of rainfall on the vegetation/animal communities
5 8 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow causes of extinction
5 8 Time Lapse visual interpretation
5 8 Cartoons and Bumper Stickers the media and wildlife
5 8 For Your Eyes Only listening and respecting different environmental viewpoints
5 8 Lobster in Your Lunch Box sources of food
5 8 No Water Off a Duck's Back oil and effect in water
5 8 Migration Barriers impacts of human activities on migration
5 8 Wildwork students learn about occupations that involve wildlife
5 8 Litter We Know identify ways litter can hurt animals and propose solutions
5 8 Improving Wildlife Habitat in the Community apply knowledge of wildlife habitat and needs relative to human needs
5 8 Enviro-Ethics looking at actions and their environmental effect
5 12 Ethi-Reasoning examining your individual values and beliefs related to wildlife
6 9 To Zone or Not to Zone land use planning
7 12 Carrying Capacity carrying capacity
7 12 Riparian Zone land use planning
7 12 Who Pays for What? how wildlife conservation is funded

A look at some Aquatic WILD activities and Project WET activities related to Creek Kids.

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