Annie's BIG Nature Lesson

Kevin Brownell's & Tim Rupp's Gordon 3rd Grade Students

Hosted at WCCC since 2014

In the winter of 2016, 3rd & 5th grade students visited WCCC to observe nature's winter habitats, vegetation and water changes relative to their spring experience. The 5th grade students participated as 3rd graders and continue to expand their observation skills.

Annie's BIG Nature Lesson/Mission Statement

The mission of Annie's BIG Nature Lesson is to immerse children, teachers, and parents in the beauty and wonder of the natural world; to engage them in authentic scientific investigations by observing the local ecology, drawing and writing; to nurture citizens who value and protect natural resources; and to build a school-community partnership that inspires responsible environmental stewardship.

Source:  biglesson.net

Jim Coury, Forester, points out various trees

Jim Coury, Forester, talks about tree leaf identification

Students Making Observations

Tim Rupp talks about the creek and the water

"What's in the creek; what makes it move?"

After a session of observation

Alone with nature


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