Stories of Biodiversity

Activity Type

Video

Activity Time

27 minutes

Presented by:

San Diego Natural History Museum

Written by M.H. Clark (Tiny, Perfect Things) and Megan Wagner Lloyd (Finding Wild)

About the Activity

Time to read stories about nature out loud. Educators read two children's books: Tiny, Perfect Things by M.H. Clark and Finding Wild by Megan Wagner Lloyd. We'll follow up with some easy at-home crafting projects.

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