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Classroom Lessons and Resources

South Carolina's Amazing Coast Curriculum for 3-5 Grades (pdf)
A curriculum designed to educate students in grades 3 – 5 about South Carolina’s coastal habitats and ecosystems.

FREE Coastal Enviroscape© Model Loaner Program
Check out the Coastal Enviroscape© Model for FREE to use with your students, or request a FREE classroom visit by one of our education staff members! The Coastal Enviroscape© Model is a hands-on tool designed to teach about watersheds, estuaries and pollution. If interested in requesting the Enviroscape for your classroom, please contact Liz McQuain at

Educators Guide to Marine DebrisEducators Guide to Marine Debris for the Southeast and Gulf of Mexico (External Link)
This regional guide is designed for educators in both formal and informal education situations. The guide includes information about marine debris, lessons useful for middle school levels, and resources on regional and national levels. Published on Jan 15, 2009

Observation Buoy pubplicationElementary Basic Observation Buoy Teacher Guide (eBOB) (pdf)
The Elementary Basic Observation Buoy (eBOB) can help teach science, technology, engineering, and mathematics while encouraging students to engage creative thinking, problem solving, and teamwork skills. This guide will assist with setting the stage for designing and constructing an eBOB with background information on buoy types, functions, then moves to suggested introductory activities to launch the project.

Exploring Plate Tectonics: A Hands-On Approach
Plate Tectonic lessons created by Leslie Sautter, Ph.D. of the College of Charleston Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences, contain student worksheets and teacher resources.

Coastal Heritage
Curriculum Connections

Explore curriculum guides written to accompany each issue of Coastal Heritage, a quarterly publication of the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium.

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