Virtual SUTS! Snakes of Central Texas
Welcome to Science Under the Virtual Stars! This month we’ll be learning all about the snakes of Central Texas. Below is a list of activities all dealing with snakes. You’ll learn about their biology, ecology, and that they’re not so scary! We also have our virtual natural history tour of Brackenridge Field Laboratory. The live lecture and Q&A with Thom Marshall will be held on March 11th at 7:00 pm CST. The Zoom webinar link is at the end of this post.
Make a snake! What can you find in the house to make a snake?
Once your snake is made take turns to hide and find the snake(s)
S-s-s-snakes alive! Can you identify all the body parts of your snake? Which ones are venomous?
Snakes and Ladders with Ecology: More advanced game, so best for kids 10+ and adults
Online Game: Snakes and Ladders. Improve counting and adding
Online Game: Snakes! The game. Improve use of computer keyboard. Try with your left and right hand
Zoom Information for live lecture and Q&A, March 11th at 7:00 pm CST: https://zoom.us/j/96004227540