Monthly Archives: January 2014

We Need Rain – Kindergarten Scientists In Action

Submitted by Margaret Hart We kindergarteners in Mrs. Kasshoek’s class are still thinking like scientists as we learn what our trout need. Today we studied water molecules and rain. After brainstorming water and where we see it in nature, we … Continue reading

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Extending Your Project WILD Aquatic Activities

At the recent “Trout in the Classroom” workshop, a list of suggestions on how to combine and extend Project WILD Aquatic activities was distributed. These ideas are to get you started on your trout egg hatching unit and to remind … Continue reading

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Salmon in Crisis

by Bob Flasher The SF Chronicle front-page headline of 1/26 reads “Crisis for the coho.” It begins, “The lack of rain this winter could eventually be disastrous for thirsty California, but the drought may have already ravaged some of the … Continue reading

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2014 Rainbow Trout Delivery Dates Set! ALMOST

Mark your calendar – your eggs will be delivered to your classroom on the following dates:  Teachers in Napa, Marin, Vallejo, and Lake County, the East Bay, San Jose, the Peninsula, San Francisco, and Tracy will receive rainbow trout eggs … Continue reading

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A Little Humor Always Helps

How do you talk to a trout? You don’t – you drop him a line. ******************************** What did the fish say when he bumped his head against the wall? DAM! ******************************** Two parrots sitting on a perch. One turns to … Continue reading

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