Through posters and stories, students will learn how bats are like people! Be aware of potential Native American cultural conflicts.
By looking at real, live earthworms, students will learn more about these amazing animals and their role in composting.
Students are introduced to the diversity of our Flagstaff forest ecosystems through forest artifact exploration.
From Trees to Paper
Through storytelling and hands-on activities, students will learn the importance of trees, how they become paper, and why it is so important to recycle. Suggested follow-up field trip: “Recycling Center Tour”
Life in a Dead Tree
Students are introduced to the importance of snags (standing dead trees) for animals in the forest through a story and visual exploration.
Students explore why recycling is so important and understand the basic rules of recycling in Flagstaff. Supported by the City of Flagstaff. Suggested follow-up field trip: “Recycling Center Tour”
Seasons of Trees
Explore the life cycle of Flagstaff trees through a story, song, and guided imagery.
Seeds on the Move
Through a story and real examples, students will learn how seeds are dispersed.
Tadpoles to Frogs
An introduction to metamorphosis and Arizona frogs and toads. Students may even get the opportunity to turn into frogs through guided imagery!