All of our New Hampshire rivers have their own unique watersheds, and the rain that falls on the land in that watershed drains into a specific waterway. Learn more about watersheds and why they’re important through this lesson!
Tide pools are a unique ecosystem that you can find in rocky coastal areas. Learn more about some of the creatures that make their homes in tide pools through this narrated Powerpoint–and maybe you can use this to help plan your next seacoast trip!
When we study ecosystems, one important question is ‘what eats what?’ A food web is a great way to answer that question. In this video, students can learn about food webs and the producers, consumers, and decomposers that make them up, and then use their newfound knowledge to play an online food chain game or answer a Kahoot! quiz.
As we start to look forward to spring, take a brief break to explore the multi-faceted science behind our favorite multi-faceted precipitation: snow! Download the self-guided lesson plan as either a PowerPoint file or a .pdf, or just use the activity packet to guide your exploration! Either way, we hope this makes the last leg of winter a little more fun.
This narrated Powerpoint teaches students about Habitats, Ecosystems, and Biomes, and some of New Hampshire’s unique habitats! While watching the Powerpoint, pause in designated places to participate in activities that will help build engagement and understanding. And when you’re done, you can get out and explore the forest habitats of New Hampshire’s State Parks!
This lesson consists of two videos that tell the story of Twiggy, a young tree who lost his mom. As students follow his adventures, they’ll use a tree ID worksheets to identify the trees Twiggy encounters along the way.
A worksheet that helps students think about the changes spring brings and encourages them to explore nature in their own backyard. And a scavenger hunt for things they might find outside their windows.