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Partner schools will know the natural variety of arthropods in the school gardens.
During the project, we will take a look at the natural diversity of insects in our school gardens.
We will focus primarily on the biology and ecology
of bees and butterflies.
We will get to know the structure and the roles of these insects.
We will try to get to know their secret life
and the role in the community in the case of bees or ants. The main objective will be
to plant crops that bees can feed on. We will learn the functions of butterflies, bees
and ants in artificial and natural ecosystems. We will talk about the importance
of preserving these arthropods for future generations. The students will do a lot of
work during fieldwork - they will recognize organisms based on atlases and keys
for marking species. The students will mark the observation plots for the organisms,
set up the insect houses and make their mock-ups. They also learn about the history
of beekeeping and the properties of products that make bees.
We will learn about their biology and ecology, and we will also design
a model of the selected arthropod.
The project will last for the entire school year 2018/2019.
There are s lot of adventures and tasks ahead of us.
We invite you to the next pages of the project!
Keep fingers crossed!