Virtual PondingPosted by Faith Barbuto
Usually the kindergarten class would have spent most of April studying life in a pond, culminating with a trip to the Audubon Center to scoop up pond water and investigate all the forms of life to be found. Instead, we have been learning about the ecosystem of a pond and through read alouds with me as well as YouTube, they have learned about the plants and animals that live in ponds. Students have learned about interconnectedness of the pond biome and begun to understand food chains. Here are some examples of their work, we love the creativity! Inspired by our distance learning topic, one family went to explore the pond and even found a salamander! Trails at the Audubon Center are open so we encourage you to get out there and explore.
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