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Teacher Guide to Georgia Sandhills


Teacher Guide to Georgia Sandhills CoverThe sandhill habitats of Georgia’s Coastal Plain are home to many rare species of wild animals and plants. To highlight this important landscape, its features and inhabitants, Georgia DNR and partners created the “Teacher Guide to Georgia Sandhills.”

This instructional resource is geared towards third- and fourth-grade teachers, although lessons may be modified for other grade levels and non-formal settings. Hands-on activities introduce students to sandhill ecosystems as well as hone decision-making and problem-solving skills. Lessons are adapted from Project WILD curricula and are correlated to Georgia Standards of Excellence for Science.

We hope you find the “Teacher Guide to Georgia Sandhills” both interesting and useful. Through education, we can increase awareness and instill appreciation for Georgia’s wildlife and habitats to ensure their conservation for future generations.

Questions or comments about this guide? Please contact Linda May, DNR Outreach Coordinator.

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