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School and Youth Programs-fully engaged learning

Third Grade Programs

Forest Detectives
Students solve forest mysteries and learn about food chains, predator/prey relationships, and habitats. Through games and forest exploration, students learn how the living and non-living parts of an ecosystem are connected.
 
Snow Sleuths
Students investigate the physical properties of snow by observing crystals, measuring snow temperatures, and conducting experiments. In addition, skits and art projects help students discover how animals are adapted to the winter environment. 
 
Additional Recommended Topics for Custom Programs
nature awareness and sensory exploration; tracking/animal evidence; Alaskan animal adaptations; creek study; insects; rocks and minerals; soil; bones and skeletons; plants; art of nature; snowshoeing; outdoor skills/winter survival; maps/orienteering

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