The Sacramento Area Creek Council's grant enabled our school to purchase new, child friendly binoculars, books, curriculum, and professional development to support our outdoor and creek studies. We look forward to our upcoming Bio Blitz in spring of 2018.
Outdoor places provide opportunities to ask questions and get hands dirty while learning first-hand.
The younger class is measuring water temperature for comparing month-over-month water temperature changes.
It was a lovely fall morning at the creek. Students fox-walked in and used their deer ears to create sound maps along the banks of Dry Creek.
Students are learning about science, contributing to citizen science, and leaving our creek better than when we came. They charted the colors they saw, collected leaf specimens, and picked up loads of trash.
Students were collecting sample water
Students were learning about water prediction based on the weather, forecasts, water, and climate.
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