The topic I learned at the Nature Fest was about squirrels and chipmunk.The chipmunks and squirrels have a showdown to see who is a better animal.The squirrels can do something that no one expect.Then there's chipmunks can I something that no one can expect.
I learned the importance of the ocean, I learned what kinds of animals are in the Atlantic Ocean, and some interesting facts like why is the ocean salty. I thought it was a fun experience and would enjoy teaching again.
i learned a lot of new things about my topic
I learned a lot about my topic and teaching it at the Nature Fest. My topic was on Blue Jays. One thing that I learned about them is that they are omnivores and that they live up to seven years. Another thing that I learned about them was that they are not a true blue color and that they are nine to twelve inches in length. One thing that I learned about teaching my topic at the Nature Fest is that there is a lot of life at Mr B's Backyard Classroom and the Blue Jay lives there too.
this look cool nice good keep up the good work
My topic for Nature Fest was "Wildflowers". I actually learned a lot about my topic. The flowers that I did was the Pine Barres Gentian, New England Aster, and Dandelions. I learned that people consider Dandelions as weeds. But they shouldn't. I also learned that the Pine Barrens Gentian Flower is vulnerable, which means that they are not common.
Me and my friend Vivian did the eastern chipmunk vs the grey squirrel. I did the chipmunk and she did the the grey squirrel.We taught about the habitat they they where they live, there life cycle, diet and etc. Also I learned that there are 5 toes in the front and 4 toes on the back of there feet for the eastern chipmunk. Then the squirrels ankle can do a 180 degrees.
I learned a bunch of stuff like where snakes live or what they eat. Teaching about it was a lot of fun because the kids were actually interested in the topic and had some questions about the snakes and we also had a game to play along with a live snake.
wow keep up the great job
I learned what water my turtle lives in,the food it ate,where u can find and some cool features about it
that there are more black racers in the pond than i thought there were and northern water snakes and some are very long and big and some are smaller, and there are still some baby snakes in the pond mostly northern water snake.
I learned that the Viceroy butterfly mimics the Monarch butterfly, and that teaching kids is difficult.
The experience was great and very education. I learned a lot from what I did. Me and my group did estuaries, and I learned a lot about it. I researched the birds in the estuaries and it was fascinating. I learned how they survive and live in the habitat.
I learned that the Wild Turkey has a very distinct call.
The things that I learned from my topic from the Mr. B's backyard classroom nature fest is all the habitats and diet and characteristics of the Whitetail Deer. I didn't know anything about it but now I know everything about it. It felt cool that I was a teacher of my project and teach kids about my project so they can tell their parents that they learned about the Whitetail Deer. I loved the Mr. B's backyard classroom nature fest!
I learned that kids like snakes more then frogs.Considering I did not know anything about my animal I learned a lot.The nature fest was so much fun their were so many kids interested in our project
I learned many cool and interesting things. There was many things that really surprised me especially how much the kids knew! I had a spectacular time out there.
I learned a lot about my topic from teaching it at the nature fest. I didn't even know my topic was a thing until i started researching it and it was super cool. My topic surprised me a lot. At the nature fest I learned a lot more about my topic because me and my partner actually got to talk to someone who knew a lot about our topic.
Nature Fest was a nice experience. There were so many kids eager to learn about ecosystems and organisms, to then have a chance to win prizes. I worked with my friend Rohan. And to be honest, it seemed that the kids wanted to learn abut Rohan's snake more than my Toad. (ಥ ͜ʖಥ)
I learned many things about my topic and teaching it at nature fest. One thing I learned was a species of a seabird that I didn't even know exsisted called the Red Knot. I also learned that being a teacher is not as easy as everyone thinks. You have to get people's attention, tell them about your topic, and while still keeping their attention.
I learned about Raptors. Raptors are birds of prey. I helped teach with my friend. We mostly taught Red-tailed hawk and the Peregrine falcon. But we showed about other birds like the Bald eagle. I learned alot about my topic. I never even knew there was a Red-tailed hawk till I chose my topic. Im glad I chose it and I had lots of fun doing mr. B's.
This was a pleasure of a time at nature fest.It was very informational.As i did beaches i was able to learn alot.Especially about sand dunes and jellyfish.Which a lot was actually very surprising.But it was a fun expeirience.Hope to do it next year.
During Mr.B's Nature Fest I learned how to present in front of others better as well as a lot of other organisms .
While preparing for and after the nature fest I learned a lot about my topic as well as a lot about teaching it. I learned that there are so many important organisms in our world and how much they contribute to our planet and most of us don't even know half of the amazing things they do. While presenting I learned that visited us at the nature fest are very smart and if you make what you are teaching entertaining you can really get them to learn something.
My experience at Mr. B’s was an interesting one. In the process of making my project I learned a lot about it. When I first started, I didn't even know what a watershed was. Now I know a lot about it and I can even point out a really good example of a functioning watershed at Mr. B’s. Teaching at Nature Fest was really cool. Teaching at Nature Fest was really cool too. I liked seeing the looks on the kids faces when they enjoyed our presentation. It was kind of rewarding. Nature Fest was an overall great experience.
i learned that red foxes are one of the best animals that any one could could have.
Rylin and Vivians project was so good that everyone ignored mine....I was on the same table as them.But that wasn't that bad over all the nature fest was a fun thing to do and it was a fun experience to see and talk to the littler kids like 1st graders.The nature fest was very fun and was a good way to get sum sun.
I learned that the peregrine falcon is one of the fastest animals in the animal kingdom and when it is diving it can reach speeds of up to 240 mph. I also learned how to distinguish falcons and hawk my their shadow. Falcons wings are sharper at the end and the hawk feathers are more spread out. I also learned that teaching can be fun.
I learned that i live in the pinelands and the various animals we have.
My topic was the Pinelands. I learned so any facts about the Pinelands I didn't know anything about the Pinelands but I had heard of it. I didn't know that it was so unique, home to so many animals and plants. I didn't know that the water was tea colored, that there was short trees called pygmy pines, that can be 4ft. I didn't know that the Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquaifer holds 17.7 TRILLION gallons of fresh water. I just learned so many things about the Pinelands. It was a fun experience teaching the kids.
My topic was watersheds. When beginning this project I had a fair understanding of what a watershed was. After learning more and more about the actual importance of our water in our community I really wanted to share that with as many people as possible at Mr.B's backyard. There are so many simple things such as not littering that could help our community. With the opportunity to learn from the watershed ambassadors I became a much better presenter just from watching how they present. In conclusion, I took a lot from this years Mr.B's.
Not all turtles are the same
i think they did a good job and people really enjoyed there project so did i.
The topics of some of the boards were really interesting, and if I had to make a board, I would find it difficult to actually find a subject. I learnt on one board that compost has been around for 12000 years, and that it is a type of fertilizer (I knew that), but it also said of how, or teaching me how to compost and what items are compost-able and how some arent.
i learned about red foxes, and gray foxes. I also learned snakes and how they can be dangerous. I learned about different frogs, like the bullfrog. Also, about plastic pollution.
My favorite memory is when we went out and dug holes to plant trees. I learned how to identify plants and about photosynthesis. When I was walking through the presentations I liked just seeing my friends and talking to them. When I was presenting it felt like we were standing there for 10s of hours but I did get to walk around which was found.