Students engage in an experiment to show how water flow and oxygen levels are affected by different materials in a stream- gravel, sand and silt. Adapted from Aquatic Wild, pg. 266.
Cross Disciplinary Concepts: Simple tests can be designed to gather evidence to support or refute student ideas about causes.
Vocabulary: No proficiency scale found
Science Standards This Program Meets
2-PS1-2 Matter and Its Interactions
- Grade: 2nd Grade
- Discipline: Physical Science
Analyze data obtained from testing different materials to determine which materials have the properties that are best suited for an intended purpose.
About The Cougar Fund
The Cougar Fund is a non-profit organization based in Jackson, WY, working to increase knowledge and tolerance of large carnivores through education and outreach. Although our work is focused on wildlife, we believe that all aspects of a healthy environment and habitat are essential for their survival, and therefore offer a wide variety of programs on various ecological subjects.View All Programs Visit Website
|Who||We offer hands on programs and activities to children of any age, in groups of 5- 25 students.|
|What||The Cougar Fund engages students in wildlife and habitat focused games and activities.|
|When||We are available year round.|
|Where||Different activities will be suitable to different locations, including outdoors, classrooms, large indoor spaces (like the gym). We can tailor the program to the space you have.|
|Why||At The Cougar Fund we aim to put the WOW into WILDLIFE! Children are inherently attracted to animals and we take advantage of that curiosity by teaching them all about their environment and habitat using hands-on activities and games. By learning to love wildlife, we hope that in the future those same children will want to protect and preserve them, as well as the sensitive places that wildlife call home.|