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What makes a bug a bug and an insect an insect? In this program, students discover the answer and search the sanctuary or schoolyard for these diverse critters. Through observation and games, students learn about camouflage, body structures, and much more!
Students examine skulls, bones, pelts, and feathers to learn about the adaptations of our native animals. Then, students participate in a few fun and interactive activities to discover what it takes for animals to survive here in New England.
By taking a closer look at the natural landscape, students will discover the basics of forest succession. Students will collect data to map out the special ecology of the forest ecosystem and learn how indicator species define the specific forest type.
On this naturalist-led walk, students investigate the life cycles of plants and discover what they need to survive and thrive. Students learn the basic parts of a plant and closely examine seeds to see how wind, water, and animals help move them around.
It's easy to find wonders of the natural world, even in your own schoolyard! Students will go outdoors and search for organisms found around your school and then discuss the connections between living things. Students will be surprised at how much they find!
Students use their senses of sight, smell, and hearing to gather clues about the changing seasons. On a walk in the outdoors, students discover the small signs that let us know what part of the year we are in. We're sure to discover some fascinating plants and animals along the way.
Students take a journey through the senses as they learn about how their senses of sight, taste, smell, touch, and hearing stack up against the rest of the animal kingdom. Through fun and interactive activities, students learn about the importance of the senses working together.
On this naturalist-led walk, students will learn to read the natural landscape. Students discover signs of life left behind by humans and animals. Tracks, scat, and natural formations will help us become aware of the wildlife around us as well as the changing landscape.
A tree is one of the most sophisticated organisms on the planet, able to transport large amounts of water and nutrients up from the soil and to the leaves every day. In this program, students will learn about tree structure, classification, and identification and how to tell the difference between trees and other plants.