We're taking the Mass Audubon nature camp experience online!
Join us virtually each week for different nature quests and connection with other campers. Each one-week session will include several hours of virtual discussion and instruction, daily themed nature quests and activities designed to get you outside and exploring nature in your backyard or neighborhood, a 'Wacky Wednesday' dress-up theme, a Thursday evening all-camp program, and more.
We'll get to know each other through live virtual meetings and explore nature through images, videos, hands-on activities, and explorations at home and in your neighborhood, whether you are in the country or in the city.
What do grass, rabbits, fungus, rocks, humans, and ants have in common? We are all strands in a complex web of life. Become a habitat detective in your own backyard, in the middle of a city, or at a nearby park. The only tools you need are your keen observational skills as you take a close look and learn about the world around you and learn about the roles that both living and non-living things play in keeping nature in balance. Explore the layers of the forest, play meadow 'Simon Says', create a pond creature, make a web of life, and more!
Activities will be differentiated for each age group, grades K-2 and 3-5.
Upon registration, you will receive an email with the schedule for the week and links to our meeting times and videos. Each day campers will receive a Nature Quest-this might be a game, activity, science experiment, cooking project, or even an art project.
Monday: What is a Habitat?
Tuesday: Marvelous Meadows
Wednesday: Forest Frolic
Wacky Wednesday: Crazy Headband or Animal Ears
Thursday Night All-Camp Program: Campout in your backyard or living room
Friday: Web of Life
Once registered, please watch your inbox for an email from Click to Camp, which is the virtual platform we will be using.
Important note - The platform works best on a computer with Chrome as the browser.