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I decided to adapt the project to a smaller level using our school garden, which is a quick walk to our front schoolyard!This project was a huge hit with the students - not only catching/documenting the bugs, but also implementing their strategies in the spring as we redid the school garden.After learning about the basic parts of a microscope and an overview of the proper procedures for using them, my students visit 5 lab stations to learn more about the world of microscopes.Spongebob gets along with all kinds of creatures, though Squidward looks a bit like a Jewish stereotype.Teachers: Please take time to preview the links on any Internet assignment before you use it with your students.I often use this page along with the worksheet for the Brain POP Land Biomes movie listed below. The students enjoy the movie and do a great job writing their own endings to the story.
It also provides a great connection to the many topics we discuss related to deforestation, habitat loss, pollution, and human impacts on the Earth.
- Explore the life in a drop of pond water with this worksheet created by Suzan Moyer.
The lab uses the Smallest Page site listed on the Biology- Pond Water Links page of the Kid Zone as well as the Index of Organisms (pdf) page from the Natural World page at the Kid Zone to find information about food chains and webs.
You will need to gather several samples (or have the students bring in their own), microscopes, and identification guides. The download also includes a student worksheet for a nonedible cell project.
Golden Guide publishes an inexpensive Pond Water booklet that contains lots of pictures and information. If I have any students with food allergies, I require everyone to do the nonedible version.
I allow at least 15-20 minutes per station and provide all the materials needed to complete the activities.