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Reinforce and extend students' science learning in and out of the classroom. Encourage your students to drive their own investigations, act like scientists, and explore the environment around them.
Your complete package. Relevant questions, introductory games, skills development, scientific practice, and online interaction with the scientific community!
How diverse is your local ecosystem? Compare local biodiversity counts to those in other areas of your watershed.
How do populations change over time in response to invasive species introductions? Graph it and tell evidence-based stories.
How healthy are your local ecosystems? Use health indicators to investigate and assess the health of an upland, freshwater, or coastal system.
Learn through play. Use games to establish a context for learning, build content knowledge, practice fieldwork and discussion skills, and simulate ecosystem processes.
What does it feel like to be invasive?
High energy! How do communities change over time?
How do invasives affect biodiversity?
Vote the uninvestigables off your island!
Bring fun, productive talk & argument into your discussions.
What skill! Lots of activities here for doing fieldwork, identifying species, generating quality evidence, having evidence-based discussions, and making meaning of data.
A delicious observation activity. Eat chocolate s--l--o--w--l--y.
Can you see differences between crabs before I do? Build ID skills.
Decide for yourself what great data looks like.
Make your best case using evidence. Show me with photos! Convince me with words!
Science needs company. Vital Signs science content is good friends with social studies, language arts, math, and communications.
Use your senses to observe, question, and write about what's around you.
Put your graphing skills to the test. Tell evidence-based stories!
Science fiction reading meet Vital Signs!
Organize, document, and reflect on your investigations!