A “Grab and Go” teaching tool! The Aquatic Invaders Attack Pack is a rucksack filled with materials to help teach students and other groups about Great Lakes aquatic invasive species (AIS), the problems they cause and what can be done about them. Each pack includes preserved specimens of some of the most problematic AIS in the Great Lakes, rugged plastic fact sheets, a classroom guide, a Pennsylvania Aquatic Invasive Species Field Guide, and a lesson plans created by the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network. The packs are designed to complement the Nab the Aquatic Invaders! website hosted by Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant.
Creek Connections has added other materials you will need for each activity in an additional box similar to other Creek Connections modules
The Attack Packs were created by the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute as part of a Great Lakes Sea Grant Network grant from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
- Beat the Barriers
- Beware! Invaders!
- Biodiversity: Nonindigenous Species
- Climate Change and AIS Double Whammy in a Bag
- Climate Change and Ecosystems
- Don’t Stop for Hitch Hikers
- Double Trouble
- Exotic Species and Climate Change
- Get the Lingo Climate Change & AIS Bingo
- Great Lakes Grief – Great Lakes Grief Newspaper Assignment
- Great Lakes Most Unwanted
- Invader Species of the Great Lakes
- Making Connections: Climate Change & AIS
- More or Less: Climate Change & AIS
- Rival for Survival
- Ruffe Musical Chairs
- Seeing Purple – Seeing Purple Worksheet
- What Makes a Good Invader?
- Who are the Exotic Invaders