Students investigate biodiversity of wildlife in their backyard (schoolyard) by selecting and mapping out areas they expect to be high in biodiversity in part one. Part two uses a larger area to make observations about the area by using “biodiversity clues.”
A student worksheet on which student can write about their sensory experience while sitting alone in nature. This activity can help students relax and become more aware and appreciative of their surroundings.
Health and PE
Big Idea: Spending time outdoors allows us to develop an understanding of the natural environment and ourselves.
- Participate in a variety of outdoor activities
- Monitor environmental conditions during outdoor activities
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