What do sharks and dragonflies have in common? They are both amazing predators! Students will closely examine museum specimens and live animals to construct an argument for how specialized behaviors and structures, including teeth, jaws, eyes, and wings, are used by predators to find and capture prey.
Times: 9:30 am, 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm
Number of Students: 50 maximum
Length: One hour
Fee: $10.00 per student ($250 minimum per program) includes museum admission. One chaperone per five students free; $10.00 per additional adult chaperone.
Strongly supports standard: 4-LS1-1
Also Supports: 3-LS4-3, 5-PS3-1
Please note: One chaperone per five students is required for grades K–8.