Spend your school vacation at Habitat, exploring and learning about nature through the seasons. We offer programs for children in grades K-6. Under the supervision of staff instructors, participants engage in various environmental education activities, games, crafts, and scientific experiments that focus on seasonal natural history. Participants spend at least half of each day outdoors except during extremely cold or stormy weather. Participants will receive additional information upon registration. (You may sign up for 1-4 days of programming.)
For grades K-3
Tuesday, April 21: Forest Frolic
Come swing from the trees and tunnel underground. Hide in a log and don't make a sound. Explore the forest, the home sweet home of the squirrel, worm, oak, and gnome.
Wednesday, April 22: Eco-Action
It's Earth Day! Let's celebrate by learning Earth-friendly ways to live each day.
Thursday, April 23: Nature's Design
Have you ever wondered why zebras have stripes or why flowers have bright colors? Discover nature's amazing patterns, shapes, and colors that help organisms to survive.
Friday, April 24: For the Birds
Flying, nest-building, and singing. It's all for the birds. Learn more about our feathered friends and find out who is flying around Habitat
Participants spend at least half of each day outdoors except during extremely cold or stormy weather. Upon registration, participants will receive a link to download information and forms.