Nature Investigators for Homeschool Families
with Nicole Danielson
In this class, older students will gain a deeper level of understanding and appreciation for natural communities and ecosystems. In particular, we will explore concepts relating to habitats, forest succession, wetlands, and biological adaptations. Classes will include guided group activities, investigations using the scientific process, teacher and student led demonstrations, and explorations of forest, field, and aquatic habitats. If there is interest, additional home study ideas, activities, and resources can be provided!
Ages 8 - 13 with an Adult Caregiver(s)
Thursdays, September 16 - November 18 (10 classes)
1:30 - 3:00 pm
Rosamind and Saunders Family Forest, Kennebec Land Trust, Readfield
*Adult Caregivers include parents, guardians, grandparents, or aunt/uncles *Please wear clothing appropriate for outside exploration and short hikes *Masks will be required for the health and safety of our children
Nicole Danielson loves sharing nature with families! In addition to being a classroom teacher for many years, Nicole was the Director of the Children’s and Family Programs of the Audubon Naturalist Society in Chevy Chase, Maryland, and the Director of the Summer Camp Nature Programs at Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, VT. Most recently, she was Director of Maple Tree Community School in Readfield, Maine. She is excited to reconnect families together and share the joy of nature with multigenerational families!
Sep 16 - Nov 18th, 2021
Thu for 10 weeks from 1:30 - 3:00 pm
Rosamind and Saunders Family Forest
Kennebec Land Trust
READFIELD, ME 04355 Get directions