57 new lesson plans and resources from Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Great Lakes Now have been added to Open Space.
The instructional materials from Cleveland Metroparks Zoo feature lesson plans about animals that can be found in regional zoos, genetics and adaptability, and a collection of animal facts and media. This content is a great fit for elementary and middle school classrooms’ exploration of Life Science. The lesson plans are in PDF format which can be easily saved or printed and many are aligned to Ohio’s Learning Standards.
Great Lakes Now instructional materials feature media-rich lesson plans about the ecology of the Great Lakes and can serve as nice supplements for Life Science, Earth and Space Science, and Geography subjects. The lessons feature a number of interactive or hands-on activities for students to explore topics such as the physical features of the Great Lakes, the interconnectedness of the water system, and the geology and formation of the Great Lakes. The lessons from two collections - “An Exploration of the Great Lakes” and “An Exploration of Threats to the Great Lakes” - can be taught individually or sequenced together as a larger unit on the Great Lakes.
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