Kingfisher Press is pleased to bring you this focused collection of marine education resources. Taken together, the materials focus on basic ecology concepts: organism, tidal cycle, habitat, predator-prey, life cycle, plankton, reproduction, types of seashores (rocky shore, sandy beach, mud flat, estuary), zonation, adaptation, loss of habitat, resource use, and preservation. Teachers, students, youth groups, park interpreters, nature camps, and home schoolers will all find Kingfisher Press books and resources a rich source of information about the natural history of Pacific Coast organisms.
Easy to use, this field guide enables anyone--from beginner to expert--to identify our seashore creatures.
A comprehensive illustrated curriculum that uses the seashore as a source of inspiration for integrating the subject areas; art, creative writing, drama, music, science, mathematics and social studies.
Students will enjoy trying to discover the mystery plants and animals from the 72 educational clue cards. Each card includes an illustration of the organism on the front side and questions on the backside.
This resource guide enables any teacher - beginner to expert - to help students understand basic seashore ecology.
A set of 86 illustrated cards designed for use with the Exploring Beaches curriculum.
An accurate coloring story book that gives children of all ages a chance to explore the rocky shore at High Tide and Low Tide.
© 2012 Gloria Snively & Kingfisher Press