We are delivering fun hands-on science curriculum you can do
right in your own backyard, or by taking a short field trip. The
wonders of nature and science are a delight to teach when you
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This lesson explores a variety of frogs that live in North
America and the many sounds they make. Watch a video about their
unique calls, learn the differences between species on CA
Herpetological Society’s website, and meet Splash’s very own “Mr.
Take an 8-minute tour of the Mather Field vernal pools! The area
featured in this video is prohibited to the public, so this is
your chance to explore it virtually. It was filmed in late March
during the pools’ transition into the flowering phase.
This lesson contains content provided by Calaveras Big Trees
State Park and Mystery Science. Watch a video about the
tallest, widest and most massive trees all over the world, learn
about Sequoia trees and find the biggest tree in your
neighborhood. PDFs containing information about the trees that
live in Big Trees State Park and Next Generation
Science Standards support are included.
This lesson will take you on a tour of all the different parts
that make up a flower, and their individual functions. It will
answer the questions “Why do plants have
flowers?”, “Why do plants rely on pollinators and how do
they attract them?”, and “How do plants reproduce?” A
worksheet with a flower diagram and vocabulary is included.