Providing programs, activities, stories and resources to help build your child’s relationship with the outdoor world.
Search for clues Discover wildlife Nature Study & Journals
What is the sound of rain? A waterfall? Can we hear the sound of mist as it moves through the forest? Can we see wind blowing? Why do ducks dance in the river?
Nature Detectives is a new series of individual or weekly hour long programs designed for curious minds who enjoy problem solving, recording clues, asking questions, drawing and noting observations in handmade field journals. Listen to spoken word “Stories of the Wild,” folktales, tall tales, multicultural tales and real life stories. Learn to tell and share your own stories and songs.
Nature Detectives is an ideal choice for after school activities, home school courses, camps, birthday parties and special events. Custom programs available on request.
Contact Janice at (916) 965-5246 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or schedule your next event. Click here to find resources and read blog posts that describe other ways to connect your child with the outdoor world.
Wildlife and Wild Things
Touch and learn about creatures living in seashells, secrets of pinecones, share stories of adventures in the wild (and how to stay safe) and finish this 4-weeks with “Imagine That,” and search for clues along the Alphabet Trail.
“Stories of the Wild” to learn and share
Tall tales, folktales and true life stories of creatures living in the wild. Discover their origin. Share your wildlife encounters and have fun practicing storytelling skills.
In the Wild Woods
Active games and activities to discover what makes a healthy forest, awaken your senses, solve the Tree Cookie mystery and explore “what’s in the box?”
Nature in My Neighborhood
Search for hidden clues around the neighborhood to discover evidence about weather, wind, clouds and critters.