Plants and Pollinators

Students explore the relationship between pollinators and organisms in the food web

Program Description

Did you know that birds and bees are not the only pollinators we can find in nature? In this program, students will investigate how nature's consumers are directly impacted by the presence of pollinators and their relationship with organisms in the food chain. Students will read, "The Prairie That Nature Built," by Marybeth Lorbiecki, create an imaginary pollinator garden out of recycled materials and explore the plant life cycle by creating their own native seed ball.

Students Will...

  • Learn about pollinators and their place in the food chain
  • Read “The Prairie That Nature Built”
  • Create an imaginary pollinator garden out of recycled materials
  • Make a native seed ball out of clay, water, potting soil and seeds

Grade Levels

2nd - 4th 

Location Options

Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center or your campus

Pricing and Other Information

  • $300 for the first presentation
  • $175 for each subsequent presentation the same day

Program Length: 45-60 minutes per presentation

Max 35 students and 5 chaperones. Minimum of 3 chaperones required.

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