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Audience: Educators Information Type: publications

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March 1, 2000

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The Bull Trout Teacher's guide is one part of the Alberta Threatened Wildlife Education Program. The bull trout is a native fish and designated as Alberta's Provincial fish emblem. through various activities, students will learn about the importance of healthy streams to the bull trout's...


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January 1, 2000

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Waste in the Natural World complements the grade four Science Unit, Topic A: Waste and Our World from the Alberta Program of Studies, and also connects to other science, social studies, and ecological studies. The essence of this guide is a one-day outdoor field study. Its main focus is on first...


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December 1, 1999

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This package is designed for elementary teachers wishing to have their students actively involved in the Alberta Amphibian Monitoring Program. This package provides the information necessary to make the experience of top-notch education value, Students will take on the role of junior biologists...


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November 1, 1999

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Presents a background article on wildlife in Alberta and the management practices utilized to conserve and protect wild species. This resource is relevant to Junior and Senior High School studies.


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October 1, 1999

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Here is a chance for you to discover exciting secrets about wild flowers. You will find that different wildflowers can be found throughout Kananaskis Country depending upon the time of year, the soil, temperature, moisture and elevation. Two booklets are included in this Discovery pack: a...


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October 1, 1999

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A pond or stream may seem like a quiet place, but don’t let that fool you! Beneath the calm surface, aquatic animals lurk in the depths of an action-packed world full of chase and escape, ambush and evasion. The activities in this booklet will help you to explore the homes and habits of the...


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October 1, 1999

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This identification key will help you to discover the names of most of the trees and shrubs found in Kananaskis Country. This identification key will not work well outside of the Kananaskis Country area. Each tree and shrub interacts with all the other living and non-living parts of its...


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January 1, 1999

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The program Lost and Found has been developed to help prepare children for a situation we all hope will never happen - becoming lost in the outdoors. Through participation in this program, children will become aware of five basic skills that will help them to survive and be found should they ever...


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January 1, 1999

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The program Our World - A Special Place has been designed to allow students to use their senses in an exploration of the natural environment. In the classroom, students discover how useful their five senses are by listening to a story about the senses. Students then focus on a special place of...


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January 1, 1999

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This publication is part of a series of field study programs produced by the Environmental Education Program of Natural Resources Service in Kananaskis Country and Fish Creek Provincial Park. The publications have been written to address the mission of Alberta Environment and increase students’...