On the final day of I Dig Tanzania, the students presented their knowledge and expertise on the Permian-Triassic Mass Extinction by walking Museum scientists, staff, and parents through their virtual exhibits.
Check out the links below for photos from each exhibit - a video of the final presentations is coming soon!
After lunch the teens played each other’s scavenger hunts that they created for the Museum. Each hunt is for families to explore and learn about adaptions of extinct and extant animals and plants to specific ecosystems. While they had a blast completing each other’s hunts, the teens learned that creating good scavenger hunts is not an easy task!
The past three weeks have flown by and students and facilitators alike had a blast digging into paleontology and Tanzania!
Here are some parting comments from our teens:
I can’t wait for next year!
It was awesome! I Dig Tanzania rocks!
I really enjoyed my self and had fun.
This Was A Great Program That Should continue.
It was mind blowing to us about things we never knew… i learned a lot! And thanks for everything they have done for us to become an expert at going though hard and easy activities.
I really enjoyed this course!