FCAT Friendly Activities

3rd Grade (Habitats and Ecosystems)

4th - 5th Grades (Cycles and Food Webs)

Fish eating boy eating fish

6th - 8th Grades (Biodiversity)

Komodo dragonNon-Native Activities

9th - 12th Grades
(Wildlife Populations and Management)Bears

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More FCAT Friendly Activities

The below Project and Aquatic WILD FCAT friendly activities are provided courtesy of the Pelotes Island Nature Preserve (JEA & FPL)

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Aquatic WILD

The below Project WILD FCAT friendly activities were created by teachers at Silver River Museum-Project WILD/FCAT Workshop - Sponsored by Marion County Public Education  Foundation.

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