Classes are for students in K - 8th grade
$12 per class, or enroll your child in four classes for $40. Students in each class will participate in hands-on outdoor activities related to the day’s theme. Parents may choose to attend with their students, or may drop students off. Younger siblings are welcome, but must be adequately supervised by a parent during class time.
Registration is required before September 15. Please print and fill out both the Registration Form and Medical Form (links below). You may either mail them in or scan/email them. Payment is by check (mail in) or by credit card over the phone: contact Konni Cooper at 972.219.3550 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. A $1.50 convenience fee is charged for credit card payments.
K-2nd grade, four classes, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. each session
Swamper’s World **NOTE: The K-2 classes are now full. Please call to be added to our waiting list.
What could a little bunny know about our world? In the case of Swamper the swamp rabbit...a whole lot!
Swamper shares his wisdom in a series of “found” letters compiled in a book. Your child can get a rabbit’s-eye view of wetland food chains, life cycles, birds, habitats, and more. Each class will include story time, a nature walk, and hands-on activities.
-- September 21: The Web of Life
-- October 5: Habitats and Hazards
-- October 19: Swamper’s Feathered Neighbors
-- November 2: Life Cycles in the Swamp
3rd-8th grade, four classes, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. each session Animal Classification **NOTE: Some of the 3rd-5th grade classes are now full. Please call to check availability.
Mammal, reptile, arachnid, crustacean, amphibian...all animals, all different. Students will discover the characteristics of animal groups, searching out similarities and differences to gain a better understanding of scientific classification. Each class includes discussion, a nature walk or field study, hands-on activities, and more. Separate sessions for 3rd-5th graders and 6th-8th graders.
-- September 21: Entomology
-- October 5: Ichthyology & Herpetology
-- October 19: Ornithology
-- November 2: Mammalogy