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Fair Hill on the Road
Outreach Program Options
HIBERNATION During this 1 hour program, we put on a 30 minute play with your students based on our book, "A Winter's Tail." They learn how different animals over-winter and are introduced to the concept of following instincts. After the play, students rotate through 3 interactive stations to reinforce the topics.
Key concepts: hibernation, migration, adaptation, instincts
BIRDS OF A FEATHER During this 1 hour program, students learn all about the similarities and differences between ducks and chickens. They rotate through 4 hands-on stations learning about animal structures and adaptations. They participate in a feather experiment and play a call and response game. The program ends with a lesson on biomimicry.
Key concepts: adaptation, biomimicry, anatomy of chicken & duck, domestic vs. wild animals, caring for young
INSECTS We will bring bugs, introduce insect life cycles, and play a pollinator game. Students are challenged to build a bug while we learn about insect anatomy, and play our pheromone game (identifying and matching scents, just like bugs do).
Key concepts: Using all our senses, insect anatomy & communication
If you have any questions, please call 410-398-4909 between 9:00am – 4:00pm, or email email@example.com at least 48 hours in advance of your trip.