Note: Proper footwear, rubber boots or closed toed shoes, is essential for students, teachers and parent volunteers to maximize the learning potential and related enjoyment of these programs.
PARENT VOLUNTEERS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL PROGRAMS (1 adult for every 5 students).
Students will celebrate earth day by becoming arborists, gardeners, and farmers as they travel through various hands-on activities. They will learn about gardening tools, composting, soil profiles, and tree and plant identification. Students will explore how to build a square foot garden box, and if requested - even plant their own seed in a biodegradable cup to take back to their classroom where they can record their plant’s growth (spring activity).
Students will learn about human survival through exploring one’s basic needs of survival, what to pack in their backpacks when going on a hike, how to dress appropriately, basic first aid and how to build a safe and effective shelter. Students will also participate in fire building.
This half day program complements well with the Wayfaring, Predator/Prey Survival Game, or the Compass O programs.
Students will explore nature using the sense of sight, touch, hear, and smell. This program includes age appropriate activities which may include: bark/leaf rubbing, bug hunt, basic plant identification, animal track identification, sit spots, and other nature games.
Students will learn about surviving in the woods. While embracing a campfire atmosphere, the program explores one’s basic needs of survival, what to pack in their backpacks when going on a hike, how to dress appropriately, and how to build a safe and effective shelter. This half day program pairs well with the Wayfaring programs.