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Flower Power
Flower Power

Lesson

Students will examine the various parts of flowers through the use of dissection Students will understand how pollination occurs

Introduction to Pollinators
Introduction to Pollinators

Lesson

Students will learn what pollinators are, why they are important, and some examples of who these pollinators are. Students will be able to identify how pollination occurs and important crops that are...

Process Skills
Process Skills

Lesson

Students will learn about the six different types of skills and participate in daily activities/mini-labs to help them better understand the importance of each.

Light and Shadows
Light and Shadows

Lesson

The students will learn how shadows form. They will also learn how shadows change as the light source change.

Objects and Light
Objects and Light

Lesson

The students will learn how light is needed to make objects visible.

The Ring People - CHAPTER 4  | SCDNR
The Ring People - CHAPTER 4 | SCDNR

Video

12,000 years ago, the beach was 70 miles from Charleston. Visit the modern-day salt marsh - one of the most important ecosystems on the planet.
The Ring People - CHAPTER 1 | SCDNR
The Ring People - CHAPTER 1 | SCDNR

Video

Fig island is the largest most complex shell structure known. It’s a trio of rings constructed with oyster shell by American Indians some 4,000 years ago. Fig Island has National Landmark status. Now...
Radiocarbon Dating  | Archaeo-Tech  | SCDNR
Radiocarbon Dating | Archaeo-Tech | SCDNR

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Scientists at the University of Georgia’s Center for Applied Isotope Study use an accelerator mass spectrometer to count Carbon-14 isotopes to determine the age of ancient material.