The third graders at Union Elementary School are learning about animal adaptations and how animals interact with the environment.
Students and teachers loaded up and headed to Jones Lake State Park to see animal adaptations in the real world. Upon arrival, students were divided into seven stations in which they rotated through to learn exciting facts about nature and its effect on the animals native to this region.
The students even learned what it’s like to be a park ranger. The students and teachers say they had an awesome time expanding their knowledge.