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Kansas Project Learning Tree
Kansas Project Learning Tree Currriculum, Workshops and Materials

Kansas Project Wild Curriculum and Workshops
Kansas Project Wild Curriculum and Workshops Schedule, Information and Calendar of Events

Kansas Teachers Guides
We developed this wildlife education resource to assist educators in establishing a greater awareness and appreciation in children, for their natural environment and Kansas' wildlife.

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators and Kathy Schrock's best Web links
Kathy Schrock's educator guide and Kathy Schrock's best Web links can be found at Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth. It is updated often to include the best sites for teaching and learning.

Keeping Track©, Inc. — Inspiring Community Participation in the Stewardship of W
Through the efforts of both scientists and volunteers, we identify and monitor important wildlife habitats and travel corridors. Individuals and groups gather this information using a scientifically based methodology developed by Keeping Track, Inc. involving track and sign survey techniques.

Kentucky Big River Ecosystem Teacher's Guide
Venture into the World of Kentucky's Big River Ecosystem with this Teacher's Guide in pdf format

Kentucky Conservation Education
Kentucky Conservation Education Resources for Teachers and Students

KentuckyAWAKE is an educational website consisting of an encyclopedic portion featuring the native plants and animals of Kentucky and a curriculum portion designed by educators and meeting our state's educational standards.

Kids do Ecology
Do you have a question that you would like an ecologist to answer? Do you want to know what other kids have asked and what the answers were? Click on the Ask an ecologist button on the left.

Land and People: Finding a Balance - USGS Teaching Guide
Land and People: Finding a Balance is an environmental study project that engages high school students in studying earth science resource issues. The project focuses on the interaction between people and the environment in three regions of the United States: Cape Cod, Los Angeles, and the Everglades

Learning Corner
The DNR understands the importance of preserving and enhancing our strong outdoor heritage, and we are committed to making out door education a priority. Programs for women, youth and men may be found on the following pages. All are designed to help you learn more about Michigan's natural resources, in order to gain a greater appreciation of the great outdoors and have more fun in the process!,1607,7-153-10369---,...

Lesson Exchange: Brine Shrimp (Elementary, Science)
A warning: Brine shrimp are not completely predictable animals. Occasionally the method described
has not worked--the eggs have not hatched or the newly hatched shrimp have died within a few
days. If you have difficulty, you can involve your students in a search for a method that will work
for your particular set of conditions. The children will gain a sense of the delicacy and complexity of
a living organism and the rather narrow range of conditions under which it can live. (I usually have been
successful in having children keep their jars going for about 2-3 weeks--then they go home)

Living Things: Families
At any one time in history, there are millions of different kinds of plants and animals in the world. In 1753, a scientist in Sweden named Carolus Linnaeus thought of an orderly system for classifying plants and animals. He grouped all organisms according to a two-part name (binomial). The first part of the name is the "generic" grouping or genus.

Living in Harmony with Wetlands
We need to understand the functions and values of wetlands. We need to work hard to ensure that wetlands are maintained so that they can continue to help us live in harmony with the land and our natural resources. What makes this harmony so important?

Maine Education -
Web directory with information on education resources in Maine.

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