Wagner Natural Area is an Environmental Resource for Educators
When volunteers/staff are available, the Wagner Natural Area Society is able to provide free classroom presentations about the natural area and many environmental features that address science curriculum topics for Grades 1 through 6. Presentation topics offered include: what the Wagner Natural Area’s special features, how did the wetlands and forests evolve, the importance of protection of natural areas, and how families can enjoy the natural area year-round. To register for a classroom session, teachers should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Classroom Session”; include name, name of school, grade level and topic, and dates and times that would work for you. Sessions are more often available in May-June.
Seasonal changes – the needs of plants and animals
Small crawling and flying animals
Animal life cycles
Plant Growth and Changes
Trees and forests