MS-ESS3-3

Apply scientific principles to design a method for monitoring and minimizing a human impact on the environment.

Plant an Ozone Monitoring Garden

Students can monitor local ozone by looking in their neighborhoods for ozone-injured plants or establishing similar gardens outside their schools or in their backyards.

Sea Level and the Terrapin

This activity from the Environmental Protection Agency will give children the opportunity to see how changes in sea level effect coastlines, animal life, and community development.

Solar Updraft Tower

Electricity is the most common type of energy used around the world to power homes and businesses. Traditionally, electricity is generated in power plants that burn coal or oil. These resources have been used at a rapid rate and also give off greenhouse gases, which have contributed to global climate change.

Water Filtration

Each group will design a water filtration system and present to the class, why they picked their design.

Where Growth Meets Growth

Learn to identify fire risk factors for a property located near a wildland area.

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