*If you are interested in virtual service learning please email info@sanctuaryone.org for more information.*

While we are still hosting in-person field trips at Sanctuary One (with COVID protocols), we understand the constraints many educators are dealing with and so we are pleased to offer our first virtual field trips. We believe that onsite hands-on farm experience with nature and animals is best, but we are happy to continue virtually as needed. Sanctuary One educational videos were created to help guide classroom discussion about scientific topics.

You can also find virtual field trip opportunities with Sanctuary One through the Oregon Connections Nepris platform. Other lesson plans are available here.

 

Animal Groups virtual field trip

The Animal Groups educational video takes a closer look at the animals at Sanctuary One. In the video, we examine why certain animals form groups, why others do not, and the pros and cons of each.

Standards: 3-LS2-1.
Construct an argument that some animals form groups that help members survive.

Animal Group virtual field trip teacher handout and video.  If you use our field trip please take the time to fill out our survey, helping us improve our resources and let our funders know how their support for these free resources are making a difference.

 

Ruminants virtual field trip

The Ruminant educational video takes a closer look at the animals at Sanctuary One. In the video, we explore the complex digestive system of ruminant animals. We learn the names of the different parts and what they do. As a group, we think critically about why that is important.

Standards: 4-LS1-1.
Construct an argument that plants and animals have internal and external structures that function to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction.

Ruminant virtual field trip teacher handout and video. If you use our field trip please take the time to fill out our survey, helping us improve our resources and let our funders know how their support for these free resources are making a difference.

 

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