Our first grade students are eager to learn about science. They always bring their curiosity and imagination to the science lab. This year, first graders will be studying different types of animals to learn about how they communicate, grow, and survive in the wild.
Our science team would love to bring a virtual wildlife presentation to our curious, brilliant first graders. We would like to invite Sulphur Creek Nature Center, a wildlife education and rehabilitation center located in Hayward, California, to host virtual field trips for five first grade classes in the Spring of 2022.
The mission of the Sulphur Creek Nature Center is to instill a sense of responsibility for the welfare of our world by bringing people and animals closer together through wildlife rehabilitation and education.
The virtual field trip will enhance our students' study of animals by bringing real-world learning to the classroom.
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