Feel tiny as you stand beside the giant Redwood Trees in Muir Woods National Monument. Among the beauty of this lush forest, understand the relationship of interdependence between plants and humans. Toss bananas at monkeys and avoid the treacherous tigers as you build your score in this interactive game. The clock is ticking and points add up fast--the more you know about the environment, the better you’ll do at this game of animal feeding. A close encounter with a tornado helps spotlight a career choice in meteorology with this classroom cartoon character. Discover the power behind tornadoes and stay safe! Ever hear of noise pollution? Maybe, but light pollution? Learn about this increasing phenomena and you’ll look at night lights in a totally different way. Get behind-the-scenes access to the latest weather equipment and see how it’s used to keep us safe. Read radar reports and track data alongside our national award-winning science teacher. As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.
- Stand among giant Redwood Trees in this national forest to learn about their history & importance to our environment
- Feed the monkeys and earn points as you correctly answer questions about our environment. Aim for a quick time and high score.
- Find out about this student’s career aspirations inspired by a tornado touchdown.
- Learn about less known types of pollution: noise and light, as well as the dedication of the Byrd Telescope in WV.
- Do some forecasting--join Wendy Martin, national award-winning science teacher, in the weather lab.
- All lessons are based on Next Gen Science Standards.
- All units are related to humans impact on the environment.
- See all of our VictoryVR units spanning 48 units of science.