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Photographing Nature


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Keywords: school newsletter, nature, Photography
Subject(s): Math, Journalism, Science, Spelling, Grammar, English/Language Arts, Photography, Biology, Earth Science, Reading, Writing, Life Science, Social Skills
Grades 3 through 5
School: Pinewood Elementary School, Warren, MI
Planned By: Joanna Jozwik
Original Author: Joanna Jozwik, Southfield
Many activities/lessons could take place:

*Students could record the growth of certain plants over time with photography. Then, they would graph the growth of their chosen plants.

*We can use photography to compare plant growth using different experiments.

*Animal tracks can be photographed and identified in the classroom using books.

*Various birds can be photographed, identified, and compared.

*Trees can be photographed as well, especially during changing seasons for comparison.

*Insects can be photographed and studied.

*Basically, we can study nature without "disturbing" it because we can basically bring it inside with photos!!!


*Also, my students write the school newsletter and update our parent screen. Having these cameras would completely change the way that we do things!!







Links: Some photos of our nature trail...
Materials: Flash/USB Drives, Memory Cards, Batteries, Camera Bags, Point and Shoot, Wildlife, Digital Cameras
Other Items: 1 Cameras