Youth Videoconference - ASI: Animal Skull Investigation
When: December 13th, 2017
Hosted By: TWA
Who: Youth Videoconference
This interactive presentation allows students the opportunity to investigate skulls of native Texas animals. Unique adaptations will be discussed and students will be asked to identify common structures of animal skulls and then determine their function(s). During the investigations, students will discover the feeding habits, survival adaptations, and finally the identity of our mystery specimens.
TWA's Youth Videoconferencing is:
- Free, interactive, curriculum-enhancing, natural resource programs
- Designed for Grades 1-6, TEKS-aligned K-8
- 45 minute programs (includes student Q&A)
- TEKS aligned post activities and worksheets
- Includes four (4) issues of TWA’s mini-magazine Critter Connections!
Registration closes one week prior to program date. Each program time has 4 Interactive and 50 Non-interactive spots available.
Sign up now:
To sign up for additional Videoconferencing programs, visit connect2texas.net, click Events, select Texas Wildlife Association as the Provider, select a program date and time and register. For a full lineup of the Fall 2017 Youth Videoconferencing schedule, please click here.