This lesson from the NATURE episode, "Kilauea: Mountain of Fire" introduces students to plate tectonics, as well as volcanoes and the effects of volcanic activity.
This video-enhanced lesson uses clips from the NATURE episode "Dragon Chronicles" to introduce fascinating members of the reptile kingdom, focusing on lizards and snakes. (Grades 2-4)
This video-enhanced lesson uses the eagle to model universal avian life stages. (Grades 2-3)
Students will conduct research to learn about the fascinating ways and lore of the raven, from images of death or ill omen to images of placing the sun in the sky.
We often talk about the beauty of nature. Well, sometimes you have to dig a little deeper to appreciate the beauty of some funny looking creatures.
In this lesson, students will engage their critical thinking skills as they work in teams to brainstorm possible techniques for teaching baby cheetahs what they need to learn to survive in the wild.
Students will use critical thinking to determine which breed of dog would best fit their personality and living situation, then write a short story from a dog's perspective.
Students will learn about the diversity of life and land in the desert, create artistic responses to the film, and explore interactive Web site features.
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