for Pre-K-12 Students
Let Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden come to you for a lively, hands-on experience that supplements your botanical and ecological classroom teaching. All programs are grade-appropriate and aligned with Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.
4 PROGRAMS ARE OFFERED:
Could you survive in the rainforest? Students discover the connections between plants and products we use everyday and examine authentic artifacts from an Ecuadorian rainforest.
Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, Rainforest Relationships
Kitchen Botany: From Flowers to Food
When you eat celery, broccoli, or asparagus, what part of the plant are you eating? Using hand lenses and dissecting tools, students will examine fruits and vegetables to discover the intricacies within. Students will identify the part of the flower that develops into fruit and the role that pollinators play in the process.
Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, Kitchen Botany
From Seeds to Trees
Why do some seeds fly and other seeds float? Students will learn about the basic parts of seeds, and what role the seed plays in the lifecycle of a plant. Using seeds with a variety of different shapes and sizes, students will explore how plants have adapted, and in some cases, formed relationships with animals, to spread their seeds most effectively and efficiently.
Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, From Seeds to Trees
Plants and Pollinators
Where would we be without pollinators in the world? Learn about different types of pollinators, their amazing relationships with plants, and why they are so important in our lives.
(Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, Plants and Pollinators - coming soon)
1-hour classroom program: $100.00 (up to 30 students); additional classes on same day: $75.00
Schedule a Visit:
The PlantMobile Program is available to come to your school on Thursdays between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. For more information or to schedule a PlantMobile Program, please call 305.667.1651 ext. 3322 or email email@example.com
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