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RMSC 5th Grade Field Trip

Add to Your Calendar: 01/24/2019 09:15 01/24/2019 13:30 America/New_York RMSC 5th Grade Field Trip

FIELD TRIP DETAILS

Thursday, January 24 - 9:15am-1:30pm

 

Diving Deep into Coral Reefs

In this immersive lesson, students discover the fragile yet important role that coral reef ecosystems play in the health of our oceans. Through hands-on interaction with live ocean animals and visits to both natural and arti cial reefs using virtual reality viewers, students will explore ways that energy is transferred within healthy ecosystems between predator and prey. Science Standards: 5.L.4, 5.L.4A
 

A Muddy Mess! Interdependent Relationships of the Salt Marsh Ecosystem

Dive into the wonders of the salt marsh and discover the vital role that it plays in the health of our coastline as students explore the interdependent nature of this fascinating ecosystem and create habitats from pluff mud, spartina grass and live fiddler crabs. Science Standards: 5.L.4, 5.L.4A

 

Shrimp Ecology of South Carolina

Investigate the wonderful world of shrimp and the role they play in coastal waters. Through examining locally grown shrimp, students will discover how this lter feeder is well-adapted for life in the oceans and learn its importance to the economy of South Carolina. Science Standards: 5.L.4, 5.L.4B

 

Landforms:Above and Below

In this hands-on lesson, students will create and use models, including our new virtual reality sand tables, to explore similarities and differences between the location and structure of landforms found on the continents and ocean oor.Science Standards: 5.E.3, 5.E.3A

 

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Roper Mountain Science Center Upstate Homeschool Co-op sfowler@upstatecoop.org false MM/DD/YYYY aUinrLWZczwYavqgBmQP30959

Date – Time

January 24, 2019 – 9:15 AM - 1:30 PM

Location

Roper Mountain Science Center
402 Roper Mountain Road
Greenville, SC 29615 US
Harrison Hall Natural Science

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FIELD TRIP DETAILS

Thursday, January 24 - 9:15am-1:30pm

 

Diving Deep into Coral Reefs

In this immersive lesson, students discover the fragile yet important role that coral reef ecosystems play in the health of our oceans. Through hands-on interaction with live ocean animals and visits to both natural and arti cial reefs using virtual reality viewers, students will explore ways that energy is transferred within healthy ecosystems between predator and prey. Science Standards: 5.L.4, 5.L.4A
 

A Muddy Mess! Interdependent Relationships of the Salt Marsh Ecosystem

Dive into the wonders of the salt marsh and discover the vital role that it plays in the health of our coastline as students explore the interdependent nature of this fascinating ecosystem and create habitats from pluff mud, spartina grass and live fiddler crabs. Science Standards: 5.L.4, 5.L.4A

 

Shrimp Ecology of South Carolina

Investigate the wonderful world of shrimp and the role they play in coastal waters. Through examining locally grown shrimp, students will discover how this lter feeder is well-adapted for life in the oceans and learn its importance to the economy of South Carolina. Science Standards: 5.L.4, 5.L.4B

 

Landforms:Above and Below

In this hands-on lesson, students will create and use models, including our new virtual reality sand tables, to explore similarities and differences between the location and structure of landforms found on the continents and ocean oor.Science Standards: 5.E.3, 5.E.3A

 

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