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In this unit we will explore different types of "minibeasts", or invertebrates, like worms, pill bugs, and more. Students will engage in outdoor investigations to find out where the best place is for a minibeast to live. Students will document their observations in field journals as they explore different habitats in their schoolyard and use models to explain how these habitats may or may not support the needs of invertebrates. Finally, students will expand their investigation to explore the role invertebrates play to enrich the soil, and understand how humans can learn from them to reduce their footprint and protect their local environment.
Base price is $697 for the entire unit. 20% discount is $558/unit, 30% discount is $488/unit. Unit includes 5 lessons, but can be prorated. A free, 30-minute self-guided training video will be sent to participating teachers.