This online catalogue includes materials and resources that focus on Long Island Sound and its watershed or on other applicable lessons such as general estuarine science. The resources listed are classified according to grade-level, type of resource, and content. Scroll down and click a tag to begin exploring!
Questions or comments about the catalogue? Contact Jimena Perez-Viscasillas or Robert Burg at [email protected].
Collection of lesson plans and worksheets surrounding the topic of Long Island Sound. Membership required. Read More
Program designed around hands-on learning and experience. Students perform STEM experiments, lay foundation for scientific skills to be used in… Read More
THE RESOURCE IS NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. A series of Google Earth activities that can be used to establish… Read More
A collection of programs operated by Outdoor Environmental Education Program staff (from Western Suffolk BOCES) that include hands-on investigation, both… Read More
Mill River Wetland Committee, Inc. (MRWC) is a Fairfield-based non-profit organization devoted to strengthening environmental science education and developing general… Read More
A program to to foster Education, Appreciation & Sustainability for nature. Includes self-guided brochures for children and adults featuring plants,… Read More
Satellite Mapping activity developed in collaboration with Atlantic Marine Conservation Society. This project meets Next Generation Science Standards core ideas… Read More
We use all of the fact sheets because even though they’re incredibly dated, they provide a completely understandable story of… Read More
Students will gain the tools needed to reportunfavorable conditions within their neighborhoods torespective agencies through using the New York City… Read More
For education of all ages. To understand Long Island Sound’s importance to the life of the village, the quality of… Read More