WHO: Grade 1 and 2 students of Manoah Steves Elementary
WHAT: A 109-card DIY phylo deck of organisms found at Burns Bog:
Cacti, Venus Fly Traps, Apple Trees, Oak Trees, Grape Hyacinths, Maple Seeds, Forget-me-nots, Buttercups, Roses, Tulips, Daisies, Hostas, Daylilies, Dandelions, Japanese Maples, Mushrooms, Horse Tails, Labrador Tea, Salal Leaves, Lily Pads, Skunk Cabbage, Paper Birch Trees, Hemlock Trees, Salmonberries, Moss, Sunflowers, Oak Trees, Common Sundews, Evil Twins, Flowers, Brambles, Cherry Blossoms, Palm Tree, and Canadian Bunchberries!
Click below to see them all!
WHERE: Burns Bog, the largest domed peat bog on the West coast of North America. The bog covers an area of about 40 square kilometres (15 square miles) and occupies a quarter of Delta, British Columbia. It lies about 25 km (16 mi) southeast of downtown Vancouver.
WHEN: June 2011
Many thanks to the students and teachers of Div 5/6 for their fantastic submissions!