Aquaponics Complete Curriculum Set

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  • Aquaponics Complete Curriculum Set
  • Aquaponics Complete Curriculum Set

Aquaponics Complete Curriculum Set

$249.95
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24 Hours of Lessons to Integrate Aquaponics Into Your Classroom or Homeschool Environment!

FREE SHIPPING! (within the continental U.S.)

An in-depth 24-lesson exploration of aquaponics for 3rd through 6th grade students, the Aquaponics Complete Curriculum Set helps young minds delve deeply into an ecosystem of fish & plants, used to feed people around the world, while learning science, art, physics, humanities and math. This curriculum has been school tested, teacher approved and it supports the Colorado Life Science Academic Standards.

 

Wholesale Minimum Quantity: 2 


The “Complete” set includes:

1 copy of the book “Aquaponic Gardening: A Step by Step Guide to Growing Fish and Vegetables Together”
1 registration for the Aquaponic Gardening Online Course
6 one-hour “Introduction” lessons, plus 18 one-hour “Complete” lessons, each containing two sections:

  • Teacher Section
    • Everything educators need to know before teaching an aquaponics lesson, including
    • lesson objective – clearly defining the goal of each lesson
    • lesson materials – no need to figure out your material list, it’s all here
    • background information: includes additional info on aquaponics not covered in student lesson
    • 18 power point presentations to compliment the 18 “in-depth” lessons
    • assessment answer key
    • Student Section
      • vocabulary: averaging 4-6 terms each lesson
      • lesson & discussion: each lesson starts with a question relating to setting up your classroom aquaponic system and through
      • activities: covering art, science, & social studies
      • extensions: add’l activities for those students who need more challenging work
      • assessments: testing student knowledge at the end of each lesson

      The “Introduction” lessons cover:

      1. Introduction to Aquaponics
      2. How & Why to Cycle Bacteria
      3. How to Choose Your Fish
      4. How to Choose Your Plants
      5. How to Choose Lighting for Your Plants
      6. Why We Add Worms

      The “Complete” Lessons cover:

      1. pH & Plants
      2. Parts of Plants
      3. Seeds
      4. The Plant Life Cycle
      5. Plant Classification
      6. Dissolved Oxygen
      7. Parts of Fish
      8. The Life Cycle of Fish
      9. Fish Metabolism
      10. Fish Care
      11. Aquaculture
      12. Grow Media vs. Soil
      13. Bacteria
      14. Worms
      15. Wetlands
      16. Ecosystems
      17. Sustainability
      18. Climate & Agriculture

      Some sample pages:

      ComplCurriculum pp 267-269

      ComplCurriculum pp167 – 170

      ComplCurriculum pp110, 111

      ComplCurriculum p59

      ComplCurriculum p27

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      24 Hours of Lessons to Integrate Aquaponics Into Your Classroom or Homeschool Environment!

      FREE SHIPPING! (within the continental U.S.)

      An in-depth 24-lesson exploration of aquaponics for 3rd through 6th grade students, the Aquaponics Complete Curriculum Set helps young minds delve deeply into an ecosystem of fish & plants, used to feed people around the world, while learning science, art, physics, humanities and math. This curriculum has been school tested, teacher approved and it supports the Colorado Life Science Academic Standards.

       

      Wholesale Minimum Quantity: 2 


      The “Complete” set includes:

      1 copy of the book “Aquaponic Gardening: A Step by Step Guide to Growing Fish and Vegetables Together”
      1 registration for the Aquaponic Gardening Online Course
      6 one-hour “Introduction” lessons, plus 18 one-hour “Complete” lessons, each containing two sections:

      • Teacher Section
        • Everything educators need to know before teaching an aquaponics lesson, including
        • lesson objective – clearly defining the goal of each lesson
        • lesson materials – no need to figure out your material list, it’s all here
        • background information: includes additional info on aquaponics not covered in student lesson
        • 18 power point presentations to compliment the 18 “in-depth” lessons
        • assessment answer key
        • Student Section
          • vocabulary: averaging 4-6 terms each lesson
          • lesson & discussion: each lesson starts with a question relating to setting up your classroom aquaponic system and through
          • activities: covering art, science, & social studies
          • extensions: add’l activities for those students who need more challenging work
          • assessments: testing student knowledge at the end of each lesson

          The “Introduction” lessons cover:

          1. Introduction to Aquaponics
          2. How & Why to Cycle Bacteria
          3. How to Choose Your Fish
          4. How to Choose Your Plants
          5. How to Choose Lighting for Your Plants
          6. Why We Add Worms

          The “Complete” Lessons cover:

          1. pH & Plants
          2. Parts of Plants
          3. Seeds
          4. The Plant Life Cycle
          5. Plant Classification
          6. Dissolved Oxygen
          7. Parts of Fish
          8. The Life Cycle of Fish
          9. Fish Metabolism
          10. Fish Care
          11. Aquaculture
          12. Grow Media vs. Soil
          13. Bacteria
          14. Worms
          15. Wetlands
          16. Ecosystems
          17. Sustainability
          18. Climate & Agriculture

          Some sample pages:

          ComplCurriculum pp 267-269

          ComplCurriculum pp167 – 170

          ComplCurriculum pp110, 111

          ComplCurriculum p59

          ComplCurriculum p27