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Toddlers in Nature (18 months – age 3)
May 29 @ 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Toddlers in Nature
Two sessions to choose from on Wednesdays:
Toddlers in Nature programs are for toddlers
and their favorite adult. Toddlers are all
about exploring their sense of wonder and
each program includes a story, exploration
and time in nature. $10 members, $15 non-members
(Fee is for the child only).
To register for individual sessions, use the links below each event.
If I Were a Tree, March 6
Calling all mini tree-huggers! Come
discover a tree’s three Bs: bark,
branches, and buds. Find out why
trees are so amazing and go on a walk
to meet some of Tyler’s incredible trees.
The Spring Robin, March 20
Robins are some of the earliest signs
of spring. Read a story about one girl’s
adventure exploring the changing season,
then go on our own scavenger hunt
adventure to search for signs of spring.
When the Wind Blows, April 3
A breeze, a gust, a squall, oh my! Wind
is important to nature for many reasons.
Come learn how it helps birds to fly and
seeds to move. We’ll make a windsock
to help us see the wind.
Egg-sploration!, April 17
Learn all about the many animals
that lay eggs. Go on an egg-sploration
around the Arboretum to search for
eggs. We’ll check out different bird
eggs (including an ostrich) and see
the inside of a real egg.
Lenape Indians, May 1
Let’s travel back 1,000 years to experience
how the Lenape tribe lived. Visit their
home, try on their clothing and discover
just what they did all those years ago.
Buzzing Around the Arb, May 15
Pollinators abound this time of year!
Safely seek out honey bees and
bumble bees and learn why they are
so important to plants and humans.
Over and Under the Pond, May 29
There are so many cool critters that live
in and around a pond. Take a peek and
see who is in our Pond, and who else
might be hanging out nearby.