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Jim Siegel and Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt give an example in which children explore the career of an endangered species biologist by participating in a hands-on population survey. By conducting a survey, utilizing their math skills, to estimate the number of endangered animals left in their area, children will experience first-hand the real work that people do on national wildlife refuges near them! To find this lesson plan and try it on other audiences, simply type in "CAT" in the web browser using your government computers.
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