Pre-School & Kindergarten Field Trips
All programs are one hour long and are limited to 50 students.
Explore the changes that happen in nature during spring. New leaves, new flowers and new baby animals! This program can be taught with a seasonal emphasis on birds, deer or insects.
Animals in Winter ● Late Fall, Winter
Be a nature detective and investigate the different ways animals survive the winter. Learn what clues tell us who is still around and what they are doing. This program is held entirely indoors; an outdoor walk is optional.
Buzzing Around the Arboretum ● Fall, Spring
Roam the Arboretum and learn about the fascinating life of bees and their friends, the flowers. We can be bees’ friends, too. Learn why this friendship is so important.
Deer Me ● Fall, Winter, Spring
Come to Tyler and learn about the majestic creatures that inhabit our state. This sensory based program gives children the opportunity to get up close and personal with real deer artifacts and to learn about their amazing ability to see, hear and jump!
Frogs and Toads ● Spring
Spring is a busy time of year for the animals and Tyler. Discover what is hatching in our ponds. Explore the amazing life cycle of these noisy amphibians.
Lenape Life ● Fall, Winter, Spring
Learn about the Native American children who lived here 500-1,000 years ago. Try on authentic clothing, learn about how they cooked, explore our wigwam and play traditional Lenape games.
Animals in Winter
Animals in Winter
Late Fall, Winter
As students discuss what animals and insects eat, they learn why some migrate, some hibernate, and some stay active all winter. Exploring natural materials, they learn where animals and insects live and the tracks and traces they leave behind. This program is held entirely indoors; an outdoor walk is optional.