Corelombe, DeBorah, “The Seaside Naturalist: Guide To Nature Study and The Seashore,” 1984.
This book illustrates and discusses a variety of plant and animal life found in both fresh and salt water environments. This can be an excellent tool in helping students to identify plants and animals found during their pond visit.
Kane, Henry B., “The Tale of A Pond,” 1960.
The author tells tales of pond life in a story telling format. An excellent intergration of reading and language arts into the science curriculum.
Reid, George K., PhD. “Pond Life,” 1990.
A guide to common plants and animals that dwell in the ponds and lakes of North America. This is an excellent book to help students identify any specimen found during a pond survey.
Simon, Seymour, “Science Projects In Ecology,” 1972.
This book contains ecological science projects in several habitats. It has several interesting projects related to the pond community.
Spurgeon, Richard. “Ecology: A Practical Introduction With Projects and Activities,” 1988.
This is a very informative book which explains all the concepts and issues covered in the study of ecology. The book is packed with practical and livey activities, it investigates both the science of ecology and many of the world’s most pressing environmental problems.