|Unit of Instruction||Rabbits|
Explain proper care for a small animal.
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Special area right now is for enrichment purposes only.
Dear Ivy Hawn Families,
Let me start off by saying how much I miss you all! I’m sending you big hugs and hoping that virtual school is going well. This week’s lesson has been on my mind since we learned how long we would be out of school and I KNEW that I had to take this chance to share something very special with you…if you guessed baby rabbits, you guessed right! The timing was perfect with us following up on Easter week and most of you know that my son, Louis, raises rabbits. His rabbits have been having babies right now and I wanted to make sure you got to see them. Enjoy the video and know that I couldn’t wait to share all this cuteness with you.
There are a couple questions down below, if you didn’t do last week’s lesson. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org OR you can send it through Remind. Our agriscience Remind code is @bhc2fa . Just a note, if you are sending work, please make sure to have your first and last name on your work AND your grade level. Thank you 🙂
Assignments are OPTIONAL, I just need turned in by April 30th for our grades. If this proves to be a challenge, please reach out to me and we’ll work something out. Please let your child pick one that they really like and send it to me. 🙂 If they just feel like e-mailing or sending a picture, I welcome all communication!
K-1st grade: Which of the baby rabbits was your favorite and why?
2nd – 3rd grade: What was the favorite breed of rabbit that we talked about and what did you like about it?
4th – 5th grade: Baby rabbits are very cute when they are small and many people get them around the Easter holiday. They quickly find that they take a lot of work. Write a couple sentences explaining what you think you would need to do to take care of a rabbit.