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Electronic Naturalist



The Electronic Naturalist is a new on-line education program providing a weekly environmental education unit. Each unit has artwork, text, activities, additional web sites, plus online access to a professional naturalist. Two reading levels are available for grades K-3 (Quick Read) and 4-8 (Full Read).
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Address:
136 Ellis Hollow Ck Rd
Ithaca , NY 14850
USA
Contact Person: John Wiessinger
Phone: 607-277-2116
E-Mail: electronat@baka.com
Website: http://www.enaturalist.org
   


Detailed Information:
The Electronic Naturalist offers a variety of material for students. Each week for 30 consecutive weeks during the school year, a new environmental unit will be available. Units cover "creepy crawlies", insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, plants, and environmental issues. Each unit includes:

A mini-poster that can be viewed on-line or downloaded in a printer-friendly format for duplication

Additional information on each topic

A weekly list of definitions

An activity that can easily be performed in the

classroom or at home

Links to other web sites that expand the topic

The opportunity to ask a professional naturalist a question and have a reply posted directly to the web site or sent as an e-mail



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