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I will be teaching an intro Biomimicry course to grades 3-5 in Shenzhen next month. The curriculum was written to include lots of time outside, observing nature. However, I’m told that will not be possible! So, I’d love any suggestions for how to ensure kids have the best experience indoors. Thanks!
Hi! I would suggest collecting a variety of natural artefacts to bring indoors for students to explore and touch. Plant parts, shells, bones, feathers, etc. If you have access to a natural history collection with skeletons, fur, pinned insects, and other specimens, those are great, too. Have students look at them with the naked eye and under…[Read more]
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Hi everyone! I am currently conducting research addressing the topic of biomimicry and would love to get different peoples’ perspectives on the concept. I would really appreciate any help from any member that can better facilitate my understanding of the topic as it really intrigues me!
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