This leaf resembles which shape? Square Triangle Circle Triangle PLT activity #1: The Shape of Things
Students focus on the many shapes that are found in both natural and built environments. What sense would you use to find a pizza in a dark kitchen?
Smell! PLT Activity #3: Peppermint Beetle In this activity, students explore their sense of smell and discover why smell is important to animals, including themselves.
A Haiku, Cinquain, Acrostic and Diamante are forms of..? Poetry PLT Activity #5: Poet Tree
tree tall, sturdy standing, towering, observing branches, trunk, anchor, shelter nurturing, swaying, caring proud, happy tree
Poem by Jennifer M, 7th grade Writing and sharing poems gives students an opportunity to express their thoughts, values, and beliefs about the environment and related issues
in creative and artistic ways. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is defined as the place where an animal or plant normally lives. Habitat PLT Activity #7: Habitat Pen Pals
By becoming habitat pen pals, students learn about the diversity of habitats around the world and write letters from the perspective of organisms living in
these habitats. Cellulose is the major component of _ _ _ _ Wood or Trees PLT Activity #13: We All Need Trees Students examine every day products
made from trees. As a tree grows it collects nutrients from the environment and uses it to make branches and wood. When a tree dies it releases these nutrients back into the environment through _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Decomposition PLT Activity #23: The Fallen Log In this activity, students become familiar with some of the organisms that live in and on fallen logs. Many animals are Color Coordinated with
their surroundings. The term used where animals hide due to coloration is called _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Camouflage PLT Activity #25: Birds and Worms Students discover the value of protective coloration as they pretend
to be birds in search of camouflaged worms. Few issues, if any, have simple solutions resolving them through interaction involves C _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ of individuals involved.
Compromise PLT Activity #33: Forest Consequences Few issues, if any, have simple solutions-and resolving them usually involves compromise. Students evaluate options for managing a piece
of forested land. Brown haze, unwanted tires, appliances, and other refuse in a stream. These are all examples of _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Pollution
PLT Activity #36: Pollution Search Heres a way for your students to take a closer look at pollution: what it is, what its sources are, and what people can do to reduce it.
The three Rs of improving the waste flow Reduce, Reuse and Recycle PLT Activity #37: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Students analyze the solid waste they generate, describe what happens to the waste when its discarded, and develop and implement a
community action plan to reduce waste in their community. Green plants get their energy from the sun and the process is known as _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Photosynthesis
PLT Activity #41: How Plants Grow In this inquiry-based activity, students design experiments to explore what happens when a plants basic needs are unmet.
True or False: We have the same amount of water today as we had three million years ago? True PLT Activity #44: Water Wonders Through a game, students learn the
various steps of the water cycle and make connections between the water cycle and all living things. Herbivores eat plants, carnivores eat herbivores and other carnivores thus forming the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Food Chain PLT Activity #45: Web of Life By conducting research and simulating a food web, students take a close look at a forest ecosystem and discover ways that plants and animals are
connected to each other. A community of different species interacting with each other and with the chemical and physical factors making up its nonliving environment is called an E _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Ecosystem PLT Activity #48: Field, Forest, and Stream In this inquiry-based activity, students conduct a field study of three different environments. A form of government where all the
citizens are involved in policy and decision making. Democratic PLT Activity #57: Democracy in Action This activity will help students learn about the roles and
responsibilities of citizens groups in environmental policies and decision-making. Is the heartwood of a tree on the inside or outside of the cambium?
Inside PLT Activity #62: To Be a Tree By making a tree costume, students gain an awareness of a trees structure and functions.
Leaves of a tree contain a pigment that captures the energy of the sun. The name of this pigment is. Chlorophyll PLT Activity #63: Tree Factory By acting out the parts
of a tree, students learn about the structure of a tree. Name this tree! Sassafras
PLT Activity #64: Looking at Leaves Students understand how leaf shapes, sizes, and other characteristics vary from plant to plant. Determining the age of a tree can be done by counting
Rings, growth rings, or annual rings PLT Activity #67: How Big is Your Tree? Students measure trees in different ways and become familiar with the trees scale and structure.
Is this leaf compound or simple? Compound PLT Activity #68: Name That Tree Students identify several trees using various physical characteristics.
What is a deciduous tree? A tree that loses its leaves periodically. PLT Activity #78: Signs of Fall Students look for signs of autumn. They also try an experiment to discover why
leaves of deciduous trees change color in the fall. Which of the following two is the correct tree Life Cycle! A. Seed - Sprout Sapling - Mature B. Seed Sapling Sprout - Mature
(A) Seed Sprout Sapling Mature PLT Activity #79: Tree Life Cycle Students discover that trees have a lifecycle that is similar to that of other living things. They investigate
a trees role in the ecosystem at each stage of its life. Name the two woodland fire seasons in Kentucky. Spring and Fall PLT Activity #81: Living with Fire
Students learn about the three elements a fire needs to burn and find out how an understanding of this fire triangle can be used to both prevent and manage wildland fires. Natural resources such as gas, coal, oil once
used can not be replaced within our life times is referred to as Nonrenewable Resource PLT Activity #83: A Peek at Packaging Students identify different purposes of packaging, the pros
and cons of certain packaging, and which packaging is recyclable and biodegradable. Who wrote the fable The Lorax? Dr. Seuss
PLT Activity #89: Trees for Many Reasons By reading fables such as The Lorax by Dr. Seuss or The Man Who Planted Trees by Jean Giono, students examine the importance of conserving natural resources.
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