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CFA teaching kit series

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Canada's Forests Teaching Kit Series User Guide

Activities Involving The Entire Class
Volume 2 – Greening Your School Grounds
Volume 2 – The Carbon Cycle and Canada's Forests
Volume 3 – Too Hot...Too Cold…Just Right!
Volume 3 – Off Limits
Volume 4 – The As and Qs of Forest Biodiversity
Volume 4 – Diseases, Pests and Fires, Oh My!
Volume 6 – Forest Flora and Fauna
Volume 6 – All Systems Go!
Volume 6 – What’s Your Perspective?
Volume 6 – Changes and Choices
Volume 7 – Boreal Footprints
Volume 8 – Interdependent Me
Volume 8 – Forest Resource Management: A New Era

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Group Activities
Volume 1 – Forest Issues: Critical Thinking
Volume 1 – Harvesting Timber: Old Ways, New Ways
Volume 1 – Forest-Related Careers
Volume 2 – Comparing Your Community to Canada's Forest Communities
Volume 2 – The Greenhouse Effect
Volume 2 – Greenspace in Our Communities
Volume 2 – The Seasons of a Forest
Volume 3 – It’s What’s Inside That Counts
Volume 3 – Too Hot...Too Cold…Just Right!
Volume 3 – What Our Elders Say...
Volume 3 – Barriers to Biodiversity
Volume 3 – To Be or Not To Be?
Volume 3 – Unwelcome Guests
Volume 3 – Timberfind
Volume 4 – The As and Qs of Forest Biodiversity
Volume 4 – What Wood I See?
Volume 4 – Shifting Boundaries
Volume 4 – Urban Trees for a Greener School
Volume 4 – And The Award Goes To…
Volume 5 – Acting Out for Species at Risk
Volume 5 – Predicting: What If?
Volume 5 – Species and Spaces: At Risk, At Home
Volume 5 – Recover Me!
Volume 5 – Balancing the Cost of Protected Areas
Volume 5 – Live! With SARA
Volume 6 – Creating a Forest Code of Conduct
Volume 6 – Trees, Water and Peace
Volume 6 – What Water Source is Best?
Volume 6 – Tell Me a Story
Volume 6 – What’s Your Perspective?
Volume 7 – Boreal Medicine and More
Volume 7 – Boreal 101
Volume 7 – Fire: Agent of Change
Volume 7 – The Canadian Boreal: A World Heritage Site?
Volume 8 – Interdependent Me
Volume 8 – The Canada Forest Accord
Volume 8 – Forest Resource Management: A New Era

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Activities Suitable for Partners
Volume 1 – Trees in Our Community: Past, Present and Future
Volume 1 – Harvesting Timber: Old Ways, New Ways
Volume 1 – Creating a Miniature Forest
Volume 1 – Paper Making: A 2000-Year-Old Art
Volume 1 – Forest-Related Careers
Volume 2 – The Greenhouse Effect
Volume 2 – Forest Fires and Climate Change
Volume 2 – How Trees Help the Planet
Volume 2 – Greenspace in Our Communities
Volume 2 – The Seasons of a Forest
Volume 3 – Barriers to Biodiversity
Volume 4 – What Wood I See?
Volume 4 – Water, Water Everywhere!
Volume 5 – What’s the Big Deal?
Volume 5 – Acting Out for Species at Risk
Volume 5 – Surveying Species at Risk
Volume 5 – Balancing the Cost of Protected Areas
Volume 6 – Creating a Forest Code of Conduct
Volume 6 – Trees, Water and Peace
Volume 6 – Which Water Source is Best?
Volume 6 – Tell Me a Story
Volume 6 – All Systems Go!
Volume 6 – Changes and Choices
Volume 7 – Boreal Footprints
Volume 7 – The Canadian Boreal: A World Heritage Site?
Volume 7 – Boreal 101
Volume 7 – Boreal Medicine and More
Volume 8 – Who Travels the Farthest?
Volume 8 – Fly Away Home
Volume 8 – Creating Your Own Conservation Group
Volume 8 – Minimizing Forest Fragmentation
Volume 8 – The Canada Forest Accord
Volume 8 – The Forest Times

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Games
Volume 1 - Chutes & Log Jams
Volume 2 – The Green Zone

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Substantial Preparation Required
Volume 1 – Harvesting Timber: Old Ways, New Ways
Volume 1 – Creating a Miniature Forest
Volume 1 – Paper Making: A 2000-Year-Old Art
Volume 2 – The Greenhouse Effect
Volume 3 – It’s What’s Inside That Counts
Volume 3 – Too Hot...Too Cold…Just Right!
Volume 4 – Diseases, Pests and Fires, Oh My!
Volume 4 – Water, Water Everywhere!
Volume 5 – Shrinking Habitat - Share the Space
Volume 6 – Forest Flora and Fauna
Volume 7 – Boreal Footprints
Volume 8 – The Forest Times

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Activities in Which Access to the Outdoors is Required
Volume 1 – Creating a Miniature Forest
Volume 2 – Greenspace in Our Communities
Volume 2 – Greening Your School Grounds
Volume 3 – It’s What’s Inside That Counts
Volume 4 – Diseases, Pests and Fires, Oh My!
Volume 4 – Urban Trees for a Greener School

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Activities in Which Access to the Outdoors is Optional
Volume 1 – Trees in our Community: Past, Present and Future
Volume 2 – The Seasons of a Forest

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Activities Involving Research
Volume 1 – Forestry Issues: Critical Thinking
Volume 2 – Comparing Your Community to Canada's Forest Communities
Volume 2 – Forest Fires and Climate Change
Volume 2 – The Carbon Cycle and Canada's Forests
Volume 3 – Off Limits
Volume 3 – Unwelcome Guests
Volume 4 – Forest Connections: First Nations and the Forest
Volume 5 – What’s the Big Deal?
Volume 5 – Acting Out for Species at Risk
Volume 5 – Predicting: What If?
Volume 5 – Species and Spaces: At Risk, At Home
Volume 5 – Recover Me!
Volume 5 – Live! With SARA
Volume 6 – What Water Source is Best?
Volume 6 – Tell Me a Story
Volume 7 – Fire: Agent of Change
Volume 7 – The Canadian Boreal: A World Heritage Site?
Volume 8 – Forest Resource Management: A New Era
Volume 8 – New Challenges in a New Climate
Volume 8 – Creating Your Own Conservation Group
Volume 8 – The Forest Times

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Activities in Which Students are Required to Make Presentations
Volume 1 – Forestry Issues: Critical Thinking
Volume 1 – Exploring Canada’s Forests
Volume 3 – It’s What’s Inside That Counts
Volume 3 – What Our Elders Say...
Volume 4 – What Wood I See?
Volume 4 – Forest Connections: First Nations and the Forest
Volume 4 – And The Award Goes to…
Volume 5 – What’s the Big Deal?
Volume 5 – Acting Out for Species at Risk
Volume 5 – Predicting: What If?
Volume 5 – Recover Me!
Volume 5 – Live! With SARA
Volume 5 – Balancing the Cost of Protected Areas
Volume 6 – Trees, Water and Peace
Volume 6 – What Water Source is Best?
Volume 6 – Tell Me a Story
Volume 6 – Creating a Forest Code of Conduct
Volume 6 – What’s Your Perspective?
Volume 6 – Changes and Choices
Volume 8 – New Challenges in a New Climate
Volume 8 – Creating Your Own Conservation Group
Volume 8 – Minimizing Forest Fragmentation
Volume 8 – Forest Resource Management: A New Era

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Activities with Aboriginal Content
Volume 1 – Trees in Our Community: Past, Present and Future
Volume 1 – Forest Values
Volume 3 – What Our Elders Say...
Volume 4 – Forest Connections: First Nations and the Forest
Volume 7 – Boreal 101
Volume 8 – Forest Resource Management: A New Era
Volume 8 – Creating Your Own Conservation Group

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