HBON 2-3 May

The 2-3 students are presenting an animal research project that has been the focus of our science unit. The students learned how to identify important facts using graphic organizers, and then composing their information into a report. Art and Technology were integrated with art being the illustration of their animal and green screen presentations for technology where students talk about their research. Our field trip to the Howell Nature Center was wonderful with a focus on learning and seeing live animals that had feathers, fur and scales. We then got to go to the pond to learn more about water quality and what types of aquatic macro invertebrates that live in the habitat that show how clean the water is. The mayfly is a big indicator that the water quality is excellent, so while we didn’t find any mayflies, we did find damselflies that indicate the water quality was good. Overall we had good weather and a great time!

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