Pollinators at the President's Park

by  DC Area National Parks and Partners

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This is a teacher-led lesson plan. Upon signing up, teachers will receive the full lesson plan and all accompanying materials. In this lesson, students will explore the cause and effects of pollinators at the White House and President's Park. They will learn about the different types of pollinators found outside the White House and what their habitat is like. Students will become familiar with the common pollinators in their environment and learn how to identify them. The lesson also includes interactive activities that encourage students to continue learning about pollinators at home.

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80 minute class period or two 30 minute class periods

Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 3, 4, 5, 6

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Primary Disciplines

Leadership, Sciences, STEM

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Own Software/In person or virtual

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DC Area National Parks and Partners

Rockville, MD
United States

National parks and partners in the Washington, D.C. area are collaborating to offer a variety of programs for 4th and 5th graders.  Choose from science and history topics that fit your curriculum needs.  Explore with your students the amazing resources around the nation's capital.

William Schrack

Program Details


Powerpoint and Interactive Activities


Knowledge – Recalling or recognizing information ideas, and principles

Comprehension – Understand the main idea of material heard, viewed, or read. Interpret or
summarize the ideas in own words.

Application – Apply an abstract idea in a concrete situation to solve a problem or relate it to a
prior experience.

Analysis – Break down a concept or idea into parts and show the relationships among the parts.

Creation – Bring together parts (elements, compounds) of knowledge to form a whole and build
relationships for NEW situations.

Evaluation – Make informed judgments about the value of ideas or materials. Use standards and
criteria to support opinions and views.