Faces of Evolution
Have you ever wondered how cats or dogs became the friendly pets we know and love today? Or how parrots developed the ability to speak? All this and more will be discussed in the Faces of Evolution class, which aims to dissect how evolution worked to create the world we see today. Each week we will cover a different biome of the world, diving headfirst into the captivating animals which live there. We will explore the advantages and disadvantages of each evolutionary trait, and answer the question of “Why did animals evolve in this way?”
Some of the concepts taught in this class will be more appropriate for upper-aged elementary school kids, so we request you only sign your child up if they are in 3rd-5th grade. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taught by: Jonathan Bierly