Learning the habitats


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Third-grade students of Botkins Elementery School, including Owen Zimpfer, left, and Brody Hengstler, right, use a crosscut saw, (or friendship saw), outside the Iddings Log House during Nature Days at Brukner Nature Center. According to third-grade teacher Heather Thaman the students have been studying animals, their habitats, as well as pioneers and how they lived. “It’s a nice merge with our curriculum over the past year,” Thaman said. Students rotated in four groups during the educational exploration Tuesday at Brukner.. “It’s a great place and it’s near us,” added Sybil Coenig. Registration for summer camps, including “Good Grub” and “Home Sweet Habitat” continues at Brukner Nature Center.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Third-grade students of Botkins Elementery School, including Owen Zimpfer, left, and Brody Hengstler, right, use a crosscut saw, (or friendship saw), outside the Iddings Log House during Nature Days at Brukner Nature Center. According to third-grade teacher Heather Thaman the students have been studying animals, their habitats, as well as pioneers and how they lived. “It’s a nice merge with our curriculum over the past year,” Thaman said. Students rotated in four groups during the educational exploration Tuesday at Brukner.. “It’s a great place and it’s near us,” added Sybil Coenig. Registration for summer camps, including “Good Grub” and “Home Sweet Habitat” continues at Brukner Nature Center.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Third-grade students of Botkins Elementery School, including Owen Zimpfer, left, and Brody Hengstler, right, use a crosscut saw, (or friendship saw), outside the Iddings Log House during Nature Days at Brukner Nature Center. According to third-grade teacher Heather Thaman the students have been studying animals, their habitats, as well as pioneers and how they lived. “It’s a nice merge with our curriculum over the past year,” Thaman said. Students rotated in four groups during the educational exploration Tuesday at Brukner.. “It’s a great place and it’s near us,” added Sybil Coenig. Registration for summer camps, including “Good Grub” and “Home Sweet Habitat” continues at Brukner Nature Center.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/05/web1_170516aw_BNC_feature.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Third-grade students of Botkins Elementery School, including Owen Zimpfer, left, and Brody Hengstler, right, use a crosscut saw, (or friendship saw), outside the Iddings Log House during Nature Days at Brukner Nature Center. According to third-grade teacher Heather Thaman the students have been studying animals, their habitats, as well as pioneers and how they lived. “It’s a nice merge with our curriculum over the past year,” Thaman said. Students rotated in four groups during the educational exploration Tuesday at Brukner.. “It’s a great place and it’s near us,” added Sybil Coenig. Registration for summer camps, including “Good Grub” and “Home Sweet Habitat” continues at Brukner Nature Center.