|2-5 grade||$7/student||minimum 10||Tues-Sat||9A-4P||2HR|
Bok Tower Gardens is home to a myriad of insect species; beautiful butterflies, busy bees, and lovely ladybugs, just to name a few. Insect lovers, and those who find them a bit icky, will have fun on this adventure, digging through compost, hunting for insects in their habitat, and learning about insect life cycles. Students will get to act out the relationship between insect pollinators and plants, and understand our dependence on insect pollinators for our food. Your students will also enjoy a sweet honey tasting of different Florida honeys or “eat like insects” while learning about insect mouth adaptations!
We had a wonderful experience at Bok Tower Gardens. One of the best field trips I have ever taken with my students. The students were engaged the entire time and they learned a lot.
–St. Joseph Academy, 2nd Grade
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