Wanting a unit of interactive and engaging online lessons for your 3rd-8th grader? How about one where students can learn about the wildlife and ecosystems right in their backyard? Then look no further- check out our Virtual Yuba Salmon Adventures!
Join us on seven virtual adventures, each individually designed for 3rd-8th grade students (or the whole family) to explore a different ecological, cultural, or historical aspect of the fall Chinook salmon run, right in the backyard of the lower Yuba River.
What’s Included in the Virtual Yuba Salmon Adventures?
In these 8-15 minute video episodes, you and your students will learn about:
The video episodes are packaged as a Common Core aligned educational unit. The unit includes:
All the episodes and activities are designed for easy Environmental Science and Social Studies learning at home. All your student needs are paper, their writing utensil, a device to watch it on, and their curiosity!
Plus, there are English & Spanish Subtitled Versions of each episode.
How Much Is The Unit?
The entire educational unit is available for the low-cost rate of $15.00. But please know- this is a limited time offer! This low price will only be available until February 1, 2021, so be sure to get yours sooner rather than later!
How Can I Purchase The Unit?
You can purchase the package of all seven episodes and corresponding educational materials here. Once your purchase is complete, you will receive an email confirmation, with a password and link to the episodes & materials.
Please be sure to visit our Virtual Yuba Salmon Adventures Webpage; hopefully it has the answers you’re looking for!
If your question isn’t answered there, please feel free to reach out to Ray Lubitz, SYRCL’s River Education Manager, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you’ll share this opportunity with friends and family! Plus, be sure to share your feedback as to how we can improve these materials in the future. Our goal is to do all we can to support educators, families, and students in learning about the lower Yuba River.