Lindell second graders went on a field trip to The Animal Adventure Museum experience. This was a perfect opportunity for them to learn about animal adaptations. The students saw robotic and skeletal life size dinosaurs. They learned about special characteristics of each dinosaur and what adaptations kept them alive as well as animals rescued and even fed some! Snakes, emus, and turtles were a few animals that the students saw in their natural habitats. The museum featured full-sized dinosaur mounts, snakes, birds, reptiles, mammals. They enjoyed several hands-on activities too!
Date Added: 4/6/22