Ecology Experience

$0.00

Learn about, investigate, and do activities in your local ecosystem with an environmental educator from the Sandia Mountain Natural History Center.

Description

Learn from an environmental educator from the Sandia Mountain Natural History Center about the parts of an ecosystem and how they connect with one another.

Get outsideĀ  for science-based activities, and discuss observations in the virtual classroom. Investigate a variety of topics and phenomena relevant to New Mexico ecosystems, which may include: animals (consumers) and their evidence, wildlife photos, weather, soil, producers (plants), decomposers, scientific tools and local data.

Program Targeted to: 5th Grade

Program Duration: 2 hrs. virtual; typically 4hrs. in-person

In-person options: On-site in Cedar Crest, or at a State Park or other natural area near you

Additional information

Age Group

1st – 2nd Grade, 3rd – 5th Grade, 6th – 8th Grade, 9th – 12th Grade, Homeschool, College, Adult, Out of school time organizations

Topic

Nature, Science

Presenter

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

Subject

Science