NO Natures Tales and Trails class on April 12, Next Class is April 26
9:30 AM - Tuesday, March 22, 2016
2 Hours

No Nature Tales and Trails Class on April 12 - Next Class on April 26

"Natures Tales and Trails" is for Cildren 4 and up and ideal for home school students. Each 2-hour class is a different topic.   Here is a LINK for more information and registration form.

April 26 - Woodrats, Rabbits and Deer ...Oh MY!  Mission Trails is home to a variety of mammals. An introduction to some of our furry friends includes a comparison of traits that distinguish a mammal from other animals. Explore the trail to uncover evidence of mammal life and enjoy a classroom craft.

May 10 - Eight Legs are Great! Explore the famous arachnid family. Match the arachnid to the type of web it weaves and hike the trail in search of some weavers. Back in the classroom, craft your own web.

May 24 - Creep, Crawl and Flutterby - Insects are vitally important to the web of life. Inspect the structure of an insect and arrange the various stages of an insect’s life cycle. Stroll the trails and enjoy a flutterby craft.

June 14 - Slithering Snakes and Rattletails - Cold blooded creatures slither the trails. Some of these snakes have rattling tails. Hike a trail and become aware of safe exploration practices. Craft a slithery snake as a reminderof snake safety.

June 28 - The Mighty Oak - Follow the life cycle of an acorn as it develops into a mighty oak. Walk into the woodlands and meet the creatures that use the oak tree for food and shelter. Make an oak leaf collage and grind some acorns.

Link for more information and registration form