Resource for woodland learning

Looking for ways to expand your classroom into the forest? Check out the Center for Ecoliteracy’s Oak Woodland Learning Activities. Students learn to look at an ecosystem — the oak woodland — as a system and, by doing so, become aware of relationships among living things, the processes and patterns that drive survival and evolution, and the importance of abiotic characteristics in sustaining life.

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