Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area

Alberta Parks

Plant Growth & Changes

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    This field study introduces students to a variety of plants in the Beaver Hills. Through a series of hands-on investigations, students:

    • describe and classify common plants;
    • investigate variations in growing conditions;
    • discover the different forms and functions of leaves, stems and roots; and
    • explore the importance of plants to the natural environment.
    • Plant Growth & Changes
Type:Field Study OR Classroom
Duration:2 Hours
Location:Miquelon Provincial Park OR Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area (Islet Staging Area) or In-School
Max. Group Size:35 students
Fees:$3 per student, minimum $40 charge

This program is also available as an in-school presentation.

Teaching Resources:

    Updated: Dec 10, 2019