Thu, 3 Apr 2003 17:01:27 -0500
I don't know what I was thinking, but I agreed to run a workshop at the
Children's Waer Festival in May in Portland on insectivorous plants.
The kids are grades 4-6, they cycle through my station every 30 minutes
or so. We are encouraged to make the activities as hands-on as
possible, and so they should be.
However, short of feeding them to the pitcher plants, or re-enacting
Little Shop of Horrors, I am somewhat stuck for ideas. I have found 2
pretty good activities in the National Wildlife Federation curriculum -
NatureScope, but would love more to choose from. A google search came
up empty. So did ERIC.
I would like to include pitcher plant, sundew, and bladderwort.
Any ideas??? References?