Connecticut Audbon Society

 

Homeschool Science in Nature Series (Ages 5+)

Photo courtesy Carya Ecological Services

6 Tuesdays: Sep 10 & 24, Oct 8 & 22, Nov 12 & 26, 10-11:30

Center at Glastonbury, 1361 Main Street 06033
(glastonbury@ctaudubon.org / 860-633-8402)

Join staff members Catie Resor and Linda Hincks twice a month for hands-on homeschool classes. Explore topics from weather and climate to animal and plant adaptations, using the woods and fields of Earle Park as our out-door classroom. Please wear or bring appropriate outdoor attire and footwear.

Sep 10:  How do animals help plants make seeds?
Sep 24:  How do animals help plants spread seeds around?
Oct 8:     Wind- How does moving air affect the landscape?
Oct 22:   Water- How does moving water affect the landscape?
Nov 12:  To Stay or to Go? (Migration)
Nov 26:  To Sleep or Slow? (Hibernation vs Brumation)

Connecticut Audubon members $20/class, non-members $25. Please register your child(ren) below.
(Discounts available for the full series or for multiple children; call 860-633-8402 Mon-Fri to register.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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