Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Life Science on Fripp Island

What a better way to learn life science than to go out and just observe the world around you?  As a teacher, I couldn't think of a better assignment while living on the island so the kids have done just that:  they have observed the trees, plants, insects and animals of Fripp, researched information about each and compiled that information into a presentation for our family.

Here are some samples of their work:

If you're curious about more life on Fripp and the barrier islands of Georgia and South Carolina, check out these websites:

How stuff works?

Coastal Georgia Conservation

Hunting Island  (The state park island next to Fripp)

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