Presentation on theme: "Brenda Rone, Susan Gentry, and Bridgett Niedringhaus Hazelwood School District ECOLOGY VI Second Grade."— Presentation transcript:
Brenda Rone, Susan Gentry, and Bridgett Niedringhaus Hazelwood School District ECOLOGY VI Second Grade
These lessons are designed to reinforce: State Science Standard 4 Ecology VIII Interactions
Teacher Page 4We suggest that students keep a journal. 4It is critical for students to use writing skills to explain answers. When you see this symbol students should use their journals. 4Click to go to a new slide.
Interactions Activity 4
flower pine cone acorns leaves apples cans bag bottle plastic cup Our Beautiful Earth Click Here not so
flower pine cone acorns/leaves apples cans bag bottle plastic cup Draw two trash bags in your journal. Label one “Natural Litter” and one “Man-made Litter.” Place each piece of litter in the correct trash bag. Answers next
Natural LitterMan-made Litter pine cone flower acorns/leaves apples cans bottle plastic cup bag Click for answers Good Job! Thanks for pitching in.
What is Natural Litter? What is Man-made Litter? What could you do with Natural Litter? Who should pick up Man-made Litter? How long does it take for Natural Litter to decompose? How long does it take for Man-made Litter to decompose? Is either type of litter good for the environment? Explain. Choose one of these questions to write about in your journal. Share with your class. End of Activity