Grade 3 Field Trip to Ralph Klein Park

The Grade 3’s at Almadina visited a man made wetland area called Ralph Klein park this past month to study real life animal specimens and explore the wetland habitat. Students got a chance to examine animal antlers, fur hides, skulls, teeth, claws, and much more to determine unique animal adaptations which help many types of animals survive in their natural habitats.They also participated in activities and games to mimic the behavior of certain animals out in the wild.

It was certainly nice to get outside and enjoy the fresh air while learning first hand about animal adaptations. Thank you to all the parents who volunteered to help make this field trip possible! We look forward to our next field trip adventure!