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Workbook #1-The Environment

Workbook #1-You will find art projects, links, and teacher resources
focusing on the ENVIRONMENT in this electronic workbook.

Page One. . .Decorative Bird House
Create a recylable birdhouse from a plastic water bottle.

Page Two. . .How to Draw a Dolphin
Learn how to draw a Dolphin in 4 easy steps.

Page Three. . .Make an Animal Habitat
Combine your research skills with found objects to create this 
educational animal habitat.

Page Four. . .Endangered Species Drawing & Newspaper Article
An easy to use template makes it easy for students to create 
their own class newspaper for Endangered Species.

Page Five. . .Template for Newspaper

Page Six. . .Links to information and coloring book about 
Endangered Species from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Page Seven. . .Learn all about Bottlenose Dolphins, Killer Whales, 
and many other examples of life in the sea.  Wyland (the painter)
site.

Page Eight. . .Meet Ranger Rick of the National Wildlife Federation
Website.

Page Nine. . .Find out how your school can save the rainforest at 
the Tropical Rainforest Coalition Homepage.  Excellent School
Resource.

Page Ten. . .Save Endangered Tigers.  Endangered tigers and what 
children can do about them is located at 5 Tigers Organization.

Page Eleven. . .Want to find out more about Dolphins, Whales, and
Manitees?  You will find it at the Whaleclub.

Page Twelve. . .Visit Seaworld.  Discover the latest conservation
updates on their fun and informative website.

Page Thirteen. . .Find out about global warming, and El Nino on the 
El Nino for Kids Lesson Page and Resource Links.

Page Fourteen. . .Free Water Conservation Posters from the U.S.
Geographical Survey on the Resource for Teachers Page

Page Fifteen. . .An Endangered Species List.  Just a few of the 
animals, sea life, and plants that are on the endangered species list.

Page Sixteen. . .Bird Sketching and Listening Notebook Project.
You will find some great bird appreciation links and hop on to a 
link to hear some actual bird sounds.

Page Seventeen. . .Create a Recyled Envelope.  Use an old Zoo 
magazine to create an environmentally aware envelope to mail to a 
friend.  You will also find a pen-pal link. The link will take you 
to a site sponsored by the National Geographic for Kids Network.

Page Eighteen. . .Whirley Bird.  Make a whirley bird for your class 
garden.

Page Nineteen. . .Gardening for Kids.  Develope a classful of 
individual floats inspired by the Tournament of Roses parade.

Page Twenty. . .Garden Classroom.  Create a butterfly project and 
a butterfly garden.  Outstanding link to garden links for your 
classroom.

Page Twenty-one. . .Growing in Love (Children's Gardening Page)
Outstanding site to free coloring pages, free gardening products.
Educationally sound resource!

Page Twenty-two. . .Leaf compositions.  Create an environmental
sculpture after taking a nature walk.

Page Twenty-three. . .Bird Sculpture.  Create a bird sculpture
and then visit Big Bird.

Page Twenty-four. . .Rock animals.  Create gifts and a tableau
from rocks.  Link to the artist Robert Smithson who uses the 
environment to create artworks.

Page Twenty-five. . .Thomas Moran.  Explore the art of an important
artist who helped to preserve national parks.  Art History Exercises.

Page Twenty-six. . .James John Audubon.  Have you ever wondered
why the Audubon society was named after this environmental artist?
See his art and explore his appreciation of nature.  Art History
Exercises.

Page Twenty-seven. . .Georgia O'Keeffe.  Paint a flower and see
why this American artist will live forever in her art.  Art 
History Exercises.

Page Twenty-eight. . .Teacher Tools.

Page Twenty-nine. . .Suggested Bibliography.