TEACHING BUTTERFLIES IN SCHOOL
NATURAL HISTORY, GROWING IN CLASSROOM, LESSON PLANS (NGSS) 
registration required
Thursday, January 5, 1-3 pm 2017 (code T-02)  Register online

1999 Walnut Ave (at Fremont BART station)
$10.00 (includes monarch butterfly model, milkweed (seeds/plants), access to collecting during school year
The monarchs are in town!  Many monarchs stays in the San Francisco Bay area, but others migrated from the Rocky's to reproduce and visit.  At Tule Ponds we have about 1 acre of milkweed and breed them in our classroom.  In this workshop you will learn the life cycle of butterflies and how to teach them to your students.  We will looks for eggs and you can learn how to let your students see the miracle of metamorphism.  As part of your registration fee you will get a model of the life cycle and learn how to use it in the classroom.

 

Location: Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon Wetland Center (morning) (behind the Fremont BART Station) 1999 Walnut Ave, Fremont

Sponsored by
Math Science Nucleus
Alameda County Flood Control & Water Conservation District 

Register or for more information:
Math Science Nucleus
4074 Eggers Drive
Fremont CA 94536
(510)790-6089
msn@msnucleus.org


 

 

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