In September, we squeezed into the program room with dozens of other curious children and listened to the presentation. We were surrounded, not only by curiosity, but by mini experts- they had the whole thing memorized, knew every answer and even corrected the teacher.
Apparently they've done this before.
Large groups of smalll-ish scientists can be loud and kinda chaotic - that was the main con here for me. I vote that next time the conservatory limit class size and/or create a group for older students as well.
So while tagging a monarch was cool, next time I think we'll skip the group and explore on our own.
In the mean time, check out those live chrysalides!
(I thought they made a spelling mistakes but google says no). Bright green!