Featherfotos offers a variety of educational programs geared toward 5th grade science MCAS. They are both entertaining, educational and of interest to all ages. All programs consist of a combination of images choreographed to music and educational narrations.
Butterflies: The Cycle of Life
Discover the wonder of the metamorphosis of
butterflies. This program covers the
complete life stages of both the Monarch and Painted Lady butterflies. Beginning with a showcase of beautiful
butterfly images choreographed to music, a narration follows. Witness the eggs hatching, various stages of
caterpillar, pupas and finally the butterfly emerging as an adult. Narration will discuss the importance of
host plants, anatomy adaptation and all aspects of the life of a butterfly.
This program is a great MCAS review. Call for a brochure at 978-928-4825 or e-mail at email@example.com
To view images from this program click on image.
World of Wings: Bird Behavior
Discover the fascinating world of bird behavior. Learn how birds have evolved through
adaptation to survive in the modern world.
This program is both entertaining and educational. Beautiful images of
birds are choreographed to music followed by an educational narration.
This program covers evolutionary differences in the
anatomy of birds and how it effects behavior. Life cycles of birds are demonstrated with wonderful
images of birds nesting and feeding. Learned and instinctive behavior is shown and
explained. The ability to adapt to environmental change is
discussed and demonstrated with images. The importance of preserving habitat is emphasized.
Objectives of Bird Behavior
Life cycles of birds and
the effect on behavior Characteristics of birds To learn the
connection between form and function To learn how adaptation
to the environment influences evolution Understand instinctive
This program is a great MCAS review. Call for a brochure at 978-928-4825 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org To view images from this program click on image.
Massachusetts Wildlife magazine N0. 3 2008 has an article covering all aspects of this program. The magazine is available at Mass Wildlife on line.
It is impossible
to describe the feeling one gets when greeted by a flock of incredibly
beautiful bluebirds singing their soft warbling notes. More than any other New England bird, the
Eastern bluebird interacts with people in a special way. Illustrated by many beautiful images of
local bluebirds, the program covers the life cycle, housing, food and habitat
needs of this very special bird. Learn
what you can do to help assure the survival of the Eastern bluebird as well as
other native cavity nesting birds. This
program is both educational and entertaining. The program begins with
a showcase of images choreographed to music followed by a narration. To view photos from this program click on image For a brochure call 978-928-4825 or e-mail at email@example.com