STP Photo Albums

Beak Inquiry

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Not all beaks work for all environments, some were designed to be used in specific systems some were not. - Franci

For example in the flowers the only one that you could use was the pipettes because all of the others wouldn't fit and they would have damaged the flowers. - Ernest

There were some environments where you could use lots of the tools and some where you could only use 1 or 2. - Lukas

I think this connects to LOI 1 because if a tool was an actual bird and you put it into a system that it couldn't get more food out of it would change to be able to get more food. - Alex

Forest Walk 1

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Some plants are poisonous. - Avril

The poisonous plants are poisonous to protect themselves against predators. - Alex

The plants have to get used to the cold weather to be able to live here and not having sun for a period of time. - Franci

Plants can become pets to people. - Ivan


Oh Deer Simulation

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Forest Walk 2

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Exploring with Microscopes

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Forest Walk 3

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Exploring What is in an Owl Pellet

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Identifying and Counting Our Bones

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Our Owl Pellet Reflections