Water, Wetlands, and Salmon Science Education Programs
We have a series of programs to encompass the entire scope of watersheds, habitats, and their inhabitants.
Programs include a teaching module, game, and hatchery tour, 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 doesa salmon need to survive? A felt board
study and game to point out those needs for survival.
Grade 2 –Salmon Cycles, Water Cycles
A learning experience about cycles. Looking at the
water cycle, and the salmon life cycle.
Grade 3 –Salmon Math
A Math Program! Interactive numbers
and weights in the hatchery environment.
Grade 4 –Watery Habitats
Looking at water habitats, adaptation,
and simple food chains.
Grade 5 –People and Salmon in the Watershed
A look at impacts in our watershed
using the watershed model .
Grade 6 – Aquatic Invertebrates
How can water bugs tell us if a stream is healthy?
How is diversity important?
Grade 7 – Fish in the Forest
A look at ecosystems and how salmon are an important
part of the forest ecosystem.
call 604-885-6283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dianne Sanford, Moonstone Enterprises
Education Programs, Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement Society