Bring students or ask them to find some time on their own to visit one or more natural areas. This activity provides a list of ecological terms that they are asked to identify and photograph while on their visit. They then edit their photos and create a slideshow or art gallery showcasing their work. This activity gives students opportunities to understand ecological terminology through observation and experience.
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