BBP Fourth Graders Explore Animal Adaptations

Fourth graders at Bayport-Blue Point School District’s Academy Street Elementary School recently welcomed Ranger Eric from the Center for Environmental Education and Discovery for a “virtual field trip” via Zoom. Ranger Eric taught the students about the importance of animal adaptations to their survival and, to the students’ delight, even introduced them to a variety of critters, such as a corn snake, a bearded dragon, a white dove, a “walking stick” insect and a hedgehog.

Ranger Eric held each of these animals right up to his camera so the students could get an up-close look as he discussed their particular adaptations. The fourth graders were captivated by this unique experience and learned a lot while having fun.

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