Thu, Oct 12|
Columbus Botanical Garden
Topic: Habitats 1st-5th grade students (+ 1 free caretaker) Naturalists will learn all about how adaptations help animals survive in the wild and the benefits those adaptations have! Second Thursday of every month!
Time & Location
Oct 12, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Columbus Botanical Garden, 3603 Weems Rd, Columbus, GA 31909, USA
About the event
Second Thursday of every month, 10-11 AM 1st – 5th Graders
Naturalists will learn all about habitats and the animals that inhabit them.
$5 for members, $7 for nonmembers (per child). Free entry for 1 caretaker.
Budding Naturalist is a monthly program that will ignite children’s curiosity and interest in science and the natural world through observation, exploration, hands-on activities and data collection.
Each hour-long session will include a lesson focused on elements and processes of the natural world and a hands-on activity to reinforce the day’s lesson, consisting of observation/experimentation, data collection and analysis.
Budding Naturalist occurs the second Thursday of each month.
Budding Naturalist - Oct 12
Pollinator Pals!$7.00+$0.18 service fee