OurEcho Ten Final Teams Announcement Video

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Summer Passport to Adventure

EarthEcho’s Passport to Adventure is a self-guided summer activity challenge for students age 8+ designed to connect young environmentalists to conservation and STEM throughout the summer.

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Snack-Sized Science: Build a Biome

EarthEcho invites you to play along with us during “Snack-Sized Science”. These brief and interactive science demos with the EarthEcho team are meant to help your young-learners get excited to investigate the fascinating world of SCIENCE and hopefully explore more of EarthEcho’s digital resources...maybe even on their own! Join us as we build a biome in a jar, or terrarium, to learn about the ways that water, nutrients, and energy cycle through ecosystems.

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Snack-Sized Science: Bud Burst

EarthEcho invites you to play along with us during “Snack-Sized Science”. These brief and interactive science demos with the EarthEcho team are meant to help your young-learners get excited to investigate the fascinating world of SCIENCE and hopefully explore more of EarthEcho’s digital resources...maybe even on their own! Join EarthEcho as we explore the anatomy of flowers! During this demonstration, you can follow along and dissect a flower from your own backyard. Learn the different parts of a flower and why they are important. You can even become a citizen scientist by exploring the website https://budburst.org. Get outside and explore the plants in your community today!

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Snack-Sized Science: Backyard Biodiversity

EarthEcho invites you to play along with us during “Snack-Sized Science”. These 15-minute interactive science demos with the EarthEcho team are meant to help your young-learners get excited to investigate the fascinating world of SCIENCE and hopefully explore more of EarthEcho’s digital resources...maybe even on their own! Join EarthEcho as we dive into biodiversity! Explore your neighborhood, backyard or even your home to find what kind of biodiversity lives in your world. During this session, participants will learn how to bring biodiversity to them by building backyard bird feeders and baths. We suggest downloading the iNaturalist app to help you identify species you find AND to become a citizen scientist. Keep exploring!

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OurEcho Intro Video

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OurEcho Biodiversity Basics Lesson Plan Handouts

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OurEcho Glossary & Vocabulary

Key vocabulary terms associated with the OurEcho Challenge resources.

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OurEcho Handout Corals

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OurEcho Handout Grassland

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