Monarch educator workshop April 10 in Fremont

March 26, 2018 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN, Neb. – Explore the life cycle, migration, habitat requirements and rearing techniques of the Monarch butterfly in a Monarchs on a Mission educator workshop April 10 in Fremont.

This free workshop, designed for formal and informal educators and after-school groups for grades pre-kindergarten through sixth, will be held at 6 p.m. at the Educational Service Unit No. 2, 2320 N. Colorado Ave.

Monarchs offer a unique approach to meeting state education standards in the classroom. The workshop will use inquiry-based, hands-on activities that include math, science, art and language arts. Participants will receive educational materials.

To register, email with name, school or organization and ages or grades of children taught.

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