|Unit of Instruction||Pollinator Garden|
Identify animals important to agriculture.
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Special area right now is for enrichment purposes only.
Dear Ivy Hawn Families,
First, let me start off by saying how much I miss you all!! I hope everything is going well with online schooling (I’m a parent too…I understand), even in our time apart, I think of your children and I’m wishing you all well. As we continue our Remarkable Agriscience series, we’ll be completing our pollinator garden. I’ve enjoyed creating this garden at my home, watching the pollinators arrive, but more than that, I’ve enjoyed sharing this space with your children! They ask so many questions about “Mrs. Potter’s home” and having this unique opportunity to be transparent with them and at the same time, share agriculture from our small farm, it brings me joy. The times may be like nothing we’ve experienced before and nothing I certainly hope we ever have to again, but my wish for all of my Ivy Hawn families, is that you are finding the blessings…we’ve found them in our time together creating this special garden. Enjoy and please check out the questions below. 🙂
Sending virtual hugs,
OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENT: Please have your child pick one assignment between now and April 30th to turn in for a grade.
For all of the questions below, please feel free to e-mail me your answers or pictures at: email@example.com OR you can send me your information through Remind. Our agriscience Remind code is @bhc2fa
Please choose 1 assignment below and e-mail or Remind it to me, please make sure that your FULL NAME and grade level are on the assignment or the e-mail or Remind, that helps a LOT! 🙂
K-1st grade assignment choices (you only need to complete one):
2nd-3rd grade assignment choices (you only need to complete one):
4th-5th grade assignment choices (you only need to complete one):