Members-Only Night Friday, June 9
Students will explore some of Earth’s most curious creatures and discover what features help them live and grow in their unique environment. They will use observations of animals to create a creature that is able to live in a specific and perhaps unusual habitat like a deep ice cave, outer space, or even the classroom!
Make observations of animals by engaging with media and hands-on specimens, including replica skulls and animal coverings. Use those observations to create a creature from various art materials that reflects their organism’s ability to survive in its habitat.
Disciplinary Core Ideas (DCI) – LS1: From Molecules to Organisms: Structure and Processes / ESS3: Earth and Human Activity
Science & Engineering Practices (SEP) – Analyzing and Interpreting Data / Developing and Using Models
Crosscutting Concepts (CCC) – Patterns / Structure & Function
DCM Educators will bring out an Animal Observation Kit, which contains various animal specimens for students to make hands-on observations. Additionally, each student will receive an individual Create a Creature kit. (Virtual engagement still includes individual student materials).
1 session, 60 minutes
Grades K – 3: In-person or Virtual
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