Monthly Archives: March 2016

Art Ideas From A Teacher

Lynn Nichelini teaches at the Santa Margarita Children’s Center in Marin. She found these very cool “little fish” and has shared the source and some ideas of how she uses them in her classroom. She uses them in a variety … Continue reading

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Keeping Invaders Out – Wardens and Biologists Make A Great Team

Hatching fish in your classroo helps instill a sense of stewardship within students. They learn to care about their local environments and work to protect and preserve these valuable resources. Some people grow up not caring about the environment or … Continue reading

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Why Are My Eggs Hatching Early?

I have received several inquiries regarding eggs that are hatching seemingly early. A few teachers have reported eggs hatching before they even made it into the fish tank. As sponsor, you may be the first point of contact for teachers. … Continue reading

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