6th Grade Scientists Explore Structural and Behavioral Adaptations

6th grade science students with teacher Christina Davis have been exploring structural and behavioral adaptations in the animal world. It's a great tie-in to their preparations for March Mammal Madness. Students have been making their way through several class stations that let them learn about:
  • Blubber glove
  • Opposable thumbs
  • Bee communications
  • Bird beaks
  • Peppered moths
  • Camouflaged lizards