Let us help you teach about food chains and food webs through an interactive activity demonstrating the interdependence of organisms in an ecosystem.
Live animals are used to supplement the activity as we focus on the importance of conservation. In this fun and hands-on demonstration, students will participate in a simulated food web exercise before seeing some of the animals they just learned about up close and personal.
Stacey Greene, a teacher at Ingleside Middle School, had this to say about this program: "I think the activity was appropriate. You have an excellent amount of interesting information about the various animals, and it shows. They loved it! Thanks!!
For questions and scheduling requests, contact the PHS Conservation Educator: Olivia Bogues
480-513-HERP (4377) ext. 5
Grade Levels: 4—12
Time: 1.5 hours
Cost: $200 for 1st program, $50 for each extra program
* Large groups (more than 35 students) are considered assemblies = additional $75 fee
* Locations farther than 35 miles from the PHS facility includes a $50 travel fee