Nature Education Workshops
Children and nature make a magical combination. Early childhood educators, day-care providers, after-school teachers, parents, scout leaders, and naturalists are invited to participate in hands-on workshops that focus on ways to share the natural world with children.
Project Learning Tree for Early Childhood
Sat., Feb. 2, 2013
Early-childhood educators, naturalists, parents, and scout leaders are invited to participate in this hands-on workshop that focuses on how to share the natural world with children ages 3 to 6. This session will feature the new national Project learning Tree guide, "Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood" and will focus on trees, forests, and all that depend on them. Participants will receive activity guide books and supplemental materials.
Register by Mon., Jan. 28, 2013
Fee: $25 payable to Friends of Wehr
To register, email or call (414) 425-8550
Past Workshops have included the following programs:
- Project WILD (K–12)
over 150 activities focusing on wildlife, habitat, and responsible human actions
- Growing Up WILD (preK–1)
early-childhood unit focusing on animals
- Project Learning Tree (K–8)
- Project Learning Tree Experiences for Early Childhood (preK–1)
over 130 activities focusing on trees, forests, and all that depend on them
- Project WET (K–12)
more than 90 activities to help you and your students learn about water resources and water conservation
- Great Lakes in my World (2–8)
To discuss your program supporting state teacher and academic standards—and for a hands-on, active, and fun day that gives you tools to connect your audience to the environment—contact Wehr Nature Center, email or call (414) 425-8550
See the quarterly newsletter for events and programs at Wehr.
Questions? Contact Us
Wehr Nature Center
9701 W. College Ave., Franklin, WI 53132