Pennsylvania and New York Sea Grants worked together with funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative to compile 10 lesson plans focusing on the potential interactions between aquatic invasive species and the changing climate.
These lesson plans have been updated and adapted from existing climate change or AIS curriculum, to reflect these interactions and include activities for all age ranges in grades K-12. To obtain a flash drive containing these lesson plans, contact Sara Stahlman.
- Biodiversity: Nonindigenous species lesson
- Climate Change and Invasive Species: Double Whammy in a Bag
- COSEE: Climate Change and Ecosystems
- Double Trouble: Five lessons for taking action against AIS and climate change threats to the Great Lakes ecosystem
- Exotic Species and Climate Change Activity
- Get the Lingo-AIS and Climate Change BINGO
- Making Connections: Climate Change and AIS
- Visualizing Changes in the Earth System: Climate Change and Invasive Species- More or Less?
- Rival for Survival Climate Change Game
- What Makes a Good Invader?
- What Makes a good Invader Introductory PowerPoint
- What Makes a good Invader Species Playing Cards
- What Makes a Good Invader Event Spinner
- What Makes a Good Invader Stage Spinner
- What Makes a Good Invader Event Sign
- What Makes a Good Invader Stage Sign