Cleveland and Montessori Students Learn Animal Survival Essentials
On Thursday, February 6th, the members of the Zoological Society of Milwaukee visited Cleveland Elementary and NEW Montessori School. They spent the morning educating students about distinguishing mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish. Students learned about how these animals’ body coverings are unique to each animal and how those coverings protect them in their habitats. They learned how animal senses effect animals with everything from finding their homes to finding food. In addition, students learned that animal parasites can be both harmful and beneficial. Students gained an overall understanding of how all these things combined contribute to animal survival.
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
February 22, 2012