FOURTH GRADE

Air Pollution

What is pollution? Who makes it? What does it do to us and our environment? Find out the basics; then test the quality of the air YOU breathe.

Astronomy: The Planets (Indoor)

Get to know your planets and their satellites. Learn about life support systems and planetary motion.

Conservation Theater: Energy (Indoor)

Follow the puppets to learn about our energy needs, the environmental effects of our energy use, and ways we can all conserve energy.

Coral Community (Indoor)

Discover some of the fascinating plants and animals in coral reef communities, their importance to us, and how our actions affect them.

Ecology Basics (Indoor/Out)

Investigate basic ecological concepts such as interdependence, habitat, population, predator, and prey.

Geology: Rocks & Minerals (Indoor)

In Part I travel back in time to learn how rocks tell the story of our Earth, and then practice your deductive skills. In Geology II hone your observation and classification skills and use dichotomous keys to identify some really neat rocks and minerals.

Habitat I & II (Indoor/Out)

Become wildlife biologists to research some of the animal species on your schoolgrounds. Where possible, Habitat II will help you improve habitat for your chosen species and create an on-going research project.

Life of A Water Drop

Meet a water drop to appreciate water's incredible importance, learn about pollution, and identify pollution prevention strategies.

Resources & Pollution (Indoor)

Where does all this "stuff" we use come from? How does it affect our environment? Learn the three R's-- Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle--and how our everyday habits can help our Earth.

Soil Science

Get the real dirt on soil by examining and comparing your schoolground samples. Then find out how erosion may be a preventable problem at your school.

Tree Survey

Measure environmental quality by monitoring the health and biodiversity of your school’s trees.

Tropical Rain Forests: Plants & Animals (Indoor)

Get to know some of the world's most amazing plants and animals and how WE depend upon these special ecosystems.

Weather

Everyone talks about the weather, and now you can do something about it. Learn about weather instruments and then collect data to make a forecast.

Stream Monitoring (Outdoor, Where Streams are Available)

Conduct biotic surveys and test water quality. A follow-up program is available to help students identify sources of pollution and start projects to reduce it.


Programs require 50 to 75 minutes. One program: $45. One day of programs (four classes, same program, same day): $125. Additional cost for mileage beyond ten miles.

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