plant and animal adaptations
PreK - 2nd
In this lesson, students will learn about plants and animals that have special adaptations to help them survive on Poplar Island.
Sediment is often used to restore and support habitat at the placement sites for dredged material. The restored habitat at these placement sites has attracted a wide array of animals by providing thriving habitats. Animals that are attracted to these sites have special adaptations that allow them to live in the restored Chesapeake Bay habitat that is found at dredged material placement sites like Poplar Island.
Join your students on an adventure to name organisms that live on Poplar Island and their adaptation.