This Fall, Quest in Science offers the exciting hands-on learning science course, Biomes, Adaptations and Classifications. This is a two-part course that first emphasizes a broad look at biomes and explores the relationship between the physical environment and animal survival. The second half
offers a more specific study of adaptations as we investigate the world through the eyes and mouths of insects. We learn how to correctly identify an insect by examining various characteristics and investigate the many benefits insects provide. With this course, we hope to provide not only a greater understanding of our living world but a greater appreciation for it as well. Some of the fun, hands-on activities that the students will enjoy this quarter are beaver dress-up day, blubber hands, kaleidoscope bug- goggles, and much, much more!
Teacher: Debbie Walker from Quest in Science
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