Cuyahoga Connections: Food Webs
In this installment of Cuyahoga Connections, we’ll focus on food webs, water quality and other key Cuyahoga Valley National Park connections!
No matter what time of year, CVNP is here for all of us to enjoy—and our daily actions can directly impact the park we love! The chemicals we use to treat our lawn, the rocks we stack in the pond and the garbage cans we accidentally forget to put lids on (and are immediately found by raccoons!) can all impact Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Help your kids understand their own relationship with nature with the resources provided below.
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Because of An Acorn
By: Adam Schaefer and Lola M Schaefer
Illustrated by Frann Preston-Gannon
This picture book, perfect for the youngest readers and listeners, provides a beginner-level look at the way even an acorn plays an important role in our ecosystem. With very few words, this book inspires discovery, introducing concepts of the food chain, cause and effect, and connectivity. The illustrations are beautiful and eye catching, and it is sure to become a favorite in your household!
Molly Hashimoto’s Art & Nature Activity Book
By: Molly Hashimoto
This activity book provides a plethora of puzzles, games, and art projects to choose from, with the backdrop of Molly Hasimoto’s beautiful block prints. Perfect for children of all ages, watch as they connect with nature through creative thinking and play!
Molly Hashimoto’s Art & Nature Activity Book is available at Trail Mix Peninsula.