Lesson Plans

Available are descriptions of lesson plans created by schools, educators, museums, state and federal parks, and other educational organizations.

The purpose of this assignment is to get students thinking about changes they can make to decrease threats to our local saltmarshes.

In this activity, students discover their responsibility for keeping the environment clean and propose two ways to decrease litter. Students are escorted to littered areas to pick up the trash.

This activity precedes the use of the poster and this will be where the children will be exposed to the organisms in the saltmarsh, feeding relationships, and the effects of disturbances on our natural resource, the salt m

Students will recognize how hurricanes impact shorelines and how storm surge is correlated to the intensity of storms.

Students will analyze historical newspaper articles regarding European expansionist policy during the Nineteenth century, explain the concept of European imperialism during the nineteenth century, and provide specific exam

This lesson actively engages students in order to increase their awareness not only of pollution and littering but also of ways that human beings can influence the survival of a species.

Developed with the assistance of Roche Carolina, Inc., this curricula material explores the history and archaeology of a section of Florence County.

Students are taken on a field trip to an industrial plant to see firsthand how plant operators handle the pollution generated by their plants.

The Santa Elena Foundation has lesson plans and inquiry projects related to Santa Elena, a Spanish settlement on what is now Parris Island, South Carolina.

This curricula package was originally developed for use by Charleston County Park and Recreation at its new Tea Farm Park.