Content tagged with "Discover Nature Schools"

Celebrate MO trees during Arbor Days in April

Children plant a tree.
Trees Work in so many ways for our health, wealth, environment, and happiness. More

Discover Nature Schools

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student excited about fishing
The best place to learn about nature is outdoors. More

Discover Nature Schools

Hands-on experiences in nature can help Missouri's K-12 students become life-long conservationists. Get teacher training, instructional units, and funding for equipment and field trips. More

Discover Nature Schools Pond Sample

Discover Nature Schools Pond Sample
Eighth grade students from Hamilton Middle School sample a pond to measure water quality and find creatures that feed the food chain, such as insect larvae. MDC Education Consultant Adam Brandsgaard helps them identify their finds in a field experience that is part of the Discover Nature Schools program. More

Discover Nature Schools Water Sample

Discover Nature Schools Water Sample
MDC Education Consultant Adam Brandsgaard holds up a water sample that contains tiny zooplankton, barely visible to students from Hamilton Middle School. The field experience is part of a Discover Nature Schools program MDC offers in partnership with educators. More

Grades 3-5 Instructional Unit

Including a student book, science notebook, and teacher guide, Nature Unleashed helps elementary students learn about Missouri’s ponds, forests and prairies. More

Grades 3-5 Student Book

Fully illustrated and activity packed, our Nature Unleashed Student Book helps elementary students understand ecosystem connections by exploring Missouri’s ponds, forests and prairies. More

Grades 3-5 Teacher Guide

Chock-full of instructional tools, our Nature Unleashed Teacher Guide equips you to help your elementary students meet several Missouri grade-level expectations through the study of Missouri’s ponds, forests and prairies. More

Grades 6-8 Student Book

Our Conserving Missouri’s Aquatic Ecosystems Student Book features illustrations and activities that help middle school students understand, appreciate and conserve Missouri’s waters. More