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Save The Bay’s Watershed Curriculum is designed to help Bay Area science and environmental educators easily incorporate experiential, Bay-specific activities into their lessons. The curriculum meets the California Science Framework and State Science Standards for middle and high school levels.
The curriculum contains 29 experiential activities that are easy to teach and excellent for developing an appreciation for and understanding of the San Francisco Bay watershed. Activities focus on ecology, evolution, geology, history of human impact, and action projects.
You can download a complete copy of the Watershed Curriculum (6MB PDF) or the Watershed Student Journal. You can also find specific activities that meet California's Content Standards for your grade or subject.
Browse the Watershed Curriculum activities by subject or grade.
|The Bay Starts Here|
|It Goes with the Flow|
|A Healthy Bay is a Wealthy Bay|
|Saving the Bay|
|The Great Hydraulic Mining Debate|
|Water Water Everywhere...Not|