Help me give my students a tour of the MK Nature Center to explore a variety of Idaho animals!
This project expired on March 16, 2019.
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Our five fourth grade classrooms are home to 135 curious, energetic, and wonderful fourth graders. Our fourth-grade teaching team is dedicated to give our students from all types of cultures, socioeconomic statuses, and varying learning styles the opportunity to learn and thrive within our classrooms and our school. Our students have varying abilities and interests. We have many English Language Learners, as well as students who receive special services.
They are dreamers, thinkers, and questioners.
Our students are very excited to further explore our Science and Idaho History curriculum this year. Fourth grade is the year our students will learn and gain experiences about our state and its history. It is always an exciting topic for them!
Our fourth grade students will have the opportunity to visit the MK Nature Center. The Nature Center offers a unique wildlife experience. Students will be led by tour guides to expand their knowledge of the many different animals and their habitats. This tour will provide a glimpse of Idaho’s many landscapes and abundant wildlife.
The Nature Center provides of variety of exhibits for our students to study, such as: beaver dams, butterly gardens, wetlands, and much much more!
Our fourth grade team is committed to providing a variety of opportunities that will enrich our students’ interest and understanding. This field trip relates to our 4th grade science standards and will provide our students with an educational and enriching experience.
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