Upon returning home from our recent trip to the coast, I was inspired to organize the lessons I have taught in the past into a unit study for homeschoolers and classroom teachers. I am now ecstatic to announce that I have completed it!
The Estuarine Ecology Unit Study is available as a part of the comprehensive Science Logic Curriculum that I have been developing the past couple of years. This unit compliments the popular Life Logic: Ecology Explorations and provides lesson plans integrating science, history, math, language arts, technology, and fine arts.
Here is an overview:
- 14 Lesson Plans with extensive ‘Background Information’
- 12 custom notebook pages to complement those lessons
- Key vocabulary list
- A detailed list of how the activities are correlated to the themes
- Resource list
- Clickable links
In total, this new Estuarine Ecology Unit Study ebook is 58 pages long. You will have a complete plan at your fingertips for your science curriculum. I have aimed to keep these lessons as simple as possible with very few additional resources needed.
The Estuarine Ecology Unit Study is an inquiry based, hands-on life science curriculum for middle school students. It is created to provide teachers with the tools and inspiration to engage their students in meaningful science and service learning experiences through tangible curriculum, shared resources, and real-world contexts. This secular curriculum was field tested in the public school classroom and modified for the homeschool or co-op setting.
November 7, 2011 at 2:10 pm
I just saw your blog at the Homeschool Blog Awards and decided to come check you out. I am your newest follower and would love for you to follow me back, if you want to =-)
June 2, 2016 at 6:14 pm
I would like to buy this unit, but I when I click the links I am not taken to the purchasing page. Can you help?
June 6, 2016 at 6:50 am
Hope – Thank you so much for alerting me to this page. It is an older page and I overlooked it when I converted my site to WordPress. I’ll update the links now.
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