Use these questions to make your yard, patio, and windows more appealing to your family and to wildlife.
Examine the importance of conserving resources through fables.
Observe a variety of trees and write a poem.
Compare different environments to understand how nonliving elements can influence living elements within an ecosystem.
Examine neighborhood trees for signs of poor health and then investigate actions to help trees in trouble.
Observe, collect, and classify plant seeds.
Investigate changes in your community over time.
Take a closer look at trees and discover their individual parts.
Take a “shrew’s-eye-view” of life in the woods and uncover the diversity in the forest.
Take a closer look at pollution: what it is, what its sources are, and what people can do to reduce it.