Pollinator Paradise

Activity Type


Activity Time

9 minutes

Activity by:

Ana Lutz-Johnson

About the Activity

Learn who pollinators are, their important role in our lives, how they will be affected by a changing climate and increased human activity, and what we can do to help them.


Students will observe their school garden or local park and search for pollinators. Students will write down their findings and analyze the variety, abundance, location, and distribution of pollinators in their school garden.

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