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Wetumpka Pre-School and Child Development Center

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Wetumpka Pre-School and Child Development Center Learns about the Aquatic Environment

Sport Fish Restoration


Mr. Moss asks students to demonstrate the size of the biggest fish they have caught.

"My fish was this big!"


Clearly these students know how to catch big fish.

Mrs. Morrison explains the rules to the game.

Everyone wanted to see if they could name the types of fish in the display.

 
The object of the game is to identify Alabama's freshwater fish.

Students were given hints to help them name the fish.

Fisheries Assistant Chief, Chris Greene, attended the event on his day off. Here he shows students that although the outside of a mussel is rough the inside feels very smooth.

Mussels are an important part of our environment. Alabama is lucky to be the home of so many different mussels!
 
 
Students saw an otolith from a Freshwater Drum. Otoliths can help us determine the age of a fish.

With the help of the EnviroScape model we learned about our watershed.
 
We used a squirt bottle to respresent rain, cocoa for mud or silt, and green Kool-Aid for fertilizer.

Wetumpka Pre-School and Child Development Center had a great time learning about our aquatic environment. Thanks for the great fun!
Mrs. Brenda Morrison

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