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Becoming a Junior Ranger - Scavenger Hunt

By: brandi.marroquin

Our GT students took a trip to Garner State Park in Concan, Texas where the students were going to observe various forms of wildlife in its natural habitat. The students participated in various outdoor activities such as: hiking, breaking rocks in search of geodes and participating in a scavenger hunt with a park ranger, where the students would then become Junior Rangers. The scavenger hunt was the biggest activity for the day. The students were required to located various items, such as: birds, bugs, frogs, nests, scat, etc...

 

Our group of students ranged from 1st graders - 4th graders. 

[image] group

 

Our students first began by reading their list of tasks located in their Junior Ranger Activity Journals.

[image] Activity

 

And the Scavneger Hunt began...

[image] hunt

 

Looking for frogs...

[image] frogs

 

What else do we need to find on our list???

[image] list

 

Observing scary bugs...

[image] bugs

 

Is that scat???

[image] scat

 

Finally, we can all pledge to be responsible Junior Rangers.

[image] pledge

 

Overall, the kids had an amazing time and loved observing all the beauty nature had to offer.

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