Earth Smarts: Spring Student Experiences
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For groups of 8 or more, this 1-hour experience offers a portal to the natural world, inviting you to safely open your heart and use all of your senses to smell, taste, touch, hear, and watch the Earth celebrate this season.
A Kinlands host will help guide you toward the activities that will bring spring alive on the day of your visit. If the monarchs are passing through, we’ll watch them dance from flower to flower as we discuss their fascinating migratory patterns. If the weather is extra hot, we’ll cool off with our feet in the creek after harvesting wild rose hips. If the tomatoes are in season, we’ll eat them fresh from the vine with a little sea salt.
Crafted to be for field trips, students, and small classes, this experience is great for those looking to add natural elements to their learning. You'll work with a guide to more deeply observe the changes of the season. Interact with the animals and learn how they prepare for the new season as you take part in caring for them. Your guide will be here to greet you when you arrive.
- These field trips are for groups of 8 or more. If you have more than 20 people, or the date you had in mind isn't listed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will evaluate on a case-by-case basis.
- Every student ages 2+ needs a ticket. Include each student when registering.
- The experience is 1 hour.
- Due to the nature of these events, space is limited, and no refunds are available.