Roper Mountain Science Field Trip
Miss Carlson's Second Grade Class
April 8, 2016
Please, do not be late as the buses will be unable to wait for any students.
The field trip will cost $4 per student.
-Lunch is not included, so please provide your child with a sack lunch;
-Permission slips will be handed out March 22nd and will be due April 1st;
-We are looking for 1-2 volunteers to help chaperone this field trip. If you are interested, please email me at Carlson4858@ngu.edu.
Students will be taught to answer, "What are some ways animals and plants depend on each other for survival?" in the science center's learning labs.
The students will watch a 75-minute presentation called, “The Molecularium: Riding Snowflakes” in the science center's planetarium.
Surviving In the Wild
Students will also attend a 45-minute learning lab on, "What is needed for an animal to survive in its natural environment?"
This field trip will meet the following South Carolina standards:
2.L.5B.1 Obtain and communicate information to describe and compare how animals interact with other animals and plants in the environment.