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The Wild Classroom

As an organization of next generation scientists, The Wild Classroom and sister site Explore Biodiversity work to promote an interest in conservation, ecology and biology in a manner appealing to our youth and young at heart.

We bring nature and adventure together to show people that by making a small effort to care for what is around, you will find that there is so much to discover and explore.

Our goal is to open the eyes of the public to science by producing action-filled nature documentaries, creating exciting lesson plans for schools and educators, and by holding seminars, presentations and photographic exhibitions.

Explore your world with videos, pictures and blogs from the Wild Classroom Exeditions.

Created in 2003

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Grade Level(s):4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Curriculum Areas:Science
Themes/Keywords: Biodiversity

temperature, ecoregion, artic, sub-artic, sub-tropical, tropical, aquatic, altitude, latitude, classification, grassland, forests, tundra, dry biomes, fresh water, marine, terrestrial biomes, aquatic biomes

Essential Question(s)
1. What is biodiversity?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What is important to know for surviving the great outdoors?
2. What factors are necessary for wildlife filmmaking?

Extension and Activities
1. Illustrate a animal web or plant web.
2. Create a survival guide for your region.
3. Interview an environmental organization that has issues/concerns for your local area. Check the facts and then present your findings in a podcast.
4. Present a terrestrial and an aquatic biome by using only pictures and videos.

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