Holland Elementary goes on red wolf pup patrol

Dr. Callie Richardson, principal at Holland Elementary, gave Rosanna Mulske’s third grade class a letter from a False Cape State Park park ranger. Inside the letter was a USB drive asking the students to help find the solution to what to do with abandoned red wolf pups that were found in Pungo.

Dr. Richardson looks over students in the Mulske's third-grade class.

Dr. Richardson looks over students in the Mulske’s third-grade class.

This was an introduction to a problem-based science unit, Structures in Nature, which covers animal adaptations and food chains. Students would also go on to observe and measure animal skulls during a math and science integrated lesson.

Payne Carter and Joshua Quiazon look over their wolf skull.

Payne Carter and Joshua Quiazon look over their wolf skull.

 

 

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