Water, Wetlands, and Salmon Science Education Programs
We have an updated series of programs to encompass the entire
scope of watersheds, habitats, and their inhabitants.
Programs include a teaching module, activity, and tour if time allows,
and average 2 hours in duration.
The programs have grade level recommendations, but can be adapted to your requirements, and will be held at the fully equipped Education Facility at Chapman Creek Hatchery on Field Road in Wilson Creek.
Kindergarten –A Salmon I am.
A salmon anatomy and life cycle study, followed
by a tour of the creek or hatchery.
Grade 1- The Necessities of Life
What does a salmon need to survive? A look at
adaptations to point out needs for survival.
Grade 2 – Salmon Cycles, Water Cycles
A learning experience about cycles. Looking at the
salmon life cycle, and comparing to ours.
Grade 3 – Salmon Groups
Living things are diverse, can be grouped, and
interact in their ecosystems – including salmon!
Grade 4 -Watery Habitats
Salmon sense and respond to their environment,
a study of how seasons and natural stimuli
Grade 5 – Body Systems of the Salmon
A look at salmon body systems.
A dissection program!
Grade 6 Salmon Adaptations
How do the salmon body systems enable the salmon
to function in an aquatic environment? How
do human systems function in our environment?
Grade 7 – Fish in the Forest
A look at ecosystems and how salmon are an important
part of the forest ecosystem.
Cost is $150.00 per program, call 604-885-6283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dianne Sanford, Moonstone Enterprises
Education Programs, Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement Society