Write 5 questions for each topic.
The 100 point question should be easy. Like name a.....
Progress through the questions making each one more challenging, but realistic for your peers to know.
Include one behavior change question for each category. Identify actions that people can take that will preserve and protect fields, meadows and fencerows ecosystems.
At least one question should focus on your school's or community's fields, meadows or fencerows related challenges.
Proof the project. It is funny how speling errors and typeos sneak in to the bets work.
template - teacher resource / Problem Based Learning Projects
Fields, Meadows, and Fencerows: Habitat / Mammals / Birds / Insect - Butterflies / Trees & Plants / Conclusion
Food web relationships - Predator or prey? | Food Web Activity | Digital Science Project | Evaluate an Ecodilemma
Bats are our Buddies | Screech Owls Activity | EcoCommunity Status in your state | Fields, Meadows & Fencerows photos
Citizen Scientist - Collect some data | Collecting data Activity doc. / pdf | Eco Vocabulary exercise
info | Milkweeds & Monarch Butterfly Mania | Map and Inventory Trees in your Community
Water & Watershed Studies | Plants
and People | Nature | Habitat
Garden | Plan a School Habitat Garden Project
PA High School Envirothon | Firefly Watch - fun project