A bounty abounds for B ...with 2 eco-resources for you. Begin by going to BayBackpack where you'll discover a bevy of classroom finds involving MWEE: Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences. Then go to Childsake where you can get a birds-eye view of the best environmental books to collect to begin to build your eco-bookshelf--from botanicals to biodiversity!
In this extensive watershed-portal, you can search by grade level, academic subjects, state standards/curricular standards, resource types [ie, books, data, lessons, maps, or multimedia] or do a keyword search for any of these topics:
acid rain ~ adaptation ~ agriculture ~ air pollution & fossil fuels ~ aquatic grasses (SAV) ~ beaver ~ biodiversity ~ blue crab ~ boats, canoes, & kayaks ~ climate change ~ culture & watermen ~ development ~ dissolved oxygen ~ economics ~ ecosystem & biomes ~ erosion ~ experiments & investigations ~ fish ~ food web ~ forest ~ habitat & niche ~ identification ~ invasive species ~ John Smith & Colonial times ~ land use ~ litter, trash & recycling ~ Native American ~ nitrogen & carbon cycle ~ non-point source ~ orienteering ~ oysters ~ photosynthesis ~ point source ~ pollution ~ population growth ~ predator/prey relationships ~ renewable resource ~ restoration ~ salinity ~ schoolyard habitat ~ sediment, soil & rocks ~ smart growth ~ stormwater ~ stream study ~ student action ~ transportation ~ water & energy conservation ~ water cycle & movement ~ water quality ~ water testing ~ watershed ~ weather ~ wetland ~ wildlife
Experience of Nature ~ The Living Earth ~ Water & Its Cycle ~ Habitats & Ecosystems ~ Naturalists & Their Work ~ Animals [Various Classes, Spineless Creatures, Fish. Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals] ~ Flora [Plants & Flowers, Trees & Forests, Gardening] ~ Environmental Themes [Extinction & Conservation, Global Warming, Pollution & Sustainablity, Recycling & Composting, Field Guides & Activity Books, Multicultural]Great environmental finds at both!
"Be" sure to check them out!!