Students at Hollymead Get Hands-On Lesson on Adaptation

May 1, 2013

Third grade students at Hollymead Elementary got a lesson about nature and animals inside the classroom and outdoors.

Staff from Green Adventure Project came out to teach students about their program called "Amazing Adaptations."
They learned about animals, their habitats and animal adaptations. The students will be going to the camp on Friday for a field trip.
Instructors and kids say this activity helped them to get ready.

"Well, I think they're trying to prepare us. So, they're trying to teach us about some animals that we might see and what animals go in what habitats," said Emma McMullan, Student, Hollymead Elementary School.

"I'm learning about some animal adaptations and some things of what to do with an animal if you find it," said Alden Keshap, Student Hollymead Elementary School.

Students had a chance to pet a tortoise,turtle, lizard and more.


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