Science Elementary Open Educational Resources

Science Elementary Open Educational Resources

Teacher kits are curriculum-based, user-friendly tools designed to inspire and educate your students. Students who come out to the Pine Bush with background knowledge are ready and able to jump right into their hands-on field experience. You can check out a kit for free! The kits may be borrowed for two weeks at a time. It is your...

The Farmers’ Museum is pleased to present Harvest of History, an interactive website and fourth-grade curriculum dedicated to agriculture and rural life in New York State. The website includes an interactive virtual tour of The Farmers’ Museum, a database of primary sources including museum objects and documents, printable versions of the...

A series of curriculum guides on the Catskill Mountain Region, this five module resource helps teachers enliven and enrich their lessons, and instill a sense of Catskill Mountain regional pride in their students. The emphasis of hands-on learning and process skills makes the guides useful for any teacher who would like to address NYS Learning...

The River Project's Field Trips offer students from New York City schools the opportunity to experience the thriving ecosystem of the Hudson River Estuary. The program introduces students and teachers to marine science and issues of urban ecology through informative lectures on New York City waterway-related topics and hands-on activities in...

In the Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden, The Edible Academy provides hands-on gardening activities from April through October, encouraging little ones and adults alike to play in the dirt. Hands-On Gardening Activities take place every afternoon, with topics that change monthly. The Children's Gardening Program kicks off its fall classes on...

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