Hawk, Clownfish and Co.

What do oak, squirrels and hawk have to do with each other? The students get to know the diversity of common habitats in the forest, meadow and ocean using known animals and plants. This is how the children experience why diversity is so important to us as well. After the tour through the exhibition, we develop with the students the model of a green city in which people, animals and plants live together.

Curriculum GS, Expertise Kl. 1-4, LB - Encounters with plants and animals. Biology, OS and GYM Cl. 5, LB 2-6 - Fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals in their habitats. Cl. 6 LB 2 - Forest as a community. Organizational form Participation tour Duration 2 hours Price 55 Euro plus admission.


Future Workshop: Diversity

The more diverse nature, the more liveable the planet Earth is. Divided into research teams, students tackle the complex issues of biodiversity. They learn about different ecosystems and the relationships between humans, animals and plants. As a goal of their research, the pupils should develop ideas in the form of a poster, how we can live in the future in the sense of diversity.

Curriculum Biology OS, Cl. 10, LB 1 - Fundamentals of Biodiversity. LB 2 - Biological Problems of Globalization and Biological Research. GYM, Kl. 9, LB 2 - Ecosystem Relations, LBW 1 - Microcosm Meadow. Cl. 10, LB 2 - Origin of Species Diversity, LBW 2 - Origin of Life on Earth. Kl. 11, GK + LK, LB 3 - Ecology and Sustainability, Cl. 12, GK + LK, LB 4 - Synthetic Theory of Evolution. Organizational form Group jigsaw puzzle Duration 2.5 hours Price 65 Euro plus admission.