Miss Giordano's Second Grade Trip

Greenville Zoo Field Trip

March 7th 2016

The buses will leave school campus at 8:00 a.m. on March 7th and will return at approximately 1:30 p.m. on March 7th.

The buses will not wait for you if you are late.

Cost of Greenville Zoo Field Trip is $15.00 for students

Meals are included in the cost above.

Permission Slips are due March 1st.

Chaperones are needed. Please indicated on your child's permission slip whether or not you will be able to chaperone.


South Carolina Standards

Standard 2.L.5: The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the structures of animals help them survive and grow in their environments.

2.L.5A.1 Obtain and communicate information to classify animals (such as mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, or insects) based on their physical characteristics.

2.L.5A.2 Construct explanations for how structures (including structures for seeing, hearing, grasping, protection, locomotion, and obtaining and using resources) of different animals help them survive.

2.L.5A.3 Construct explanations using observations and measurements of an animal as it grows and changes to describe the stages of development of the animal.

2.L.5B.1 Obtain and communicate information to describe and compare how animals interact with other animals and plants in the environment. 2.L.5B.2 Develop and use models to exemplify characteristics of animals that help them survive in distinct environments (such as salt and freshwater, deserts, forests, wetlands, or polar lands). 2.L.5B.3 Analyze and interpret data from observations to describe how animals respond to changes in their environment (such as changes in food availability, water, or air). 2.L.5B.4 Construct scientific arguments to explain how animals can change their environments (such as the shape of the land or the flow of water).