The Jr. Naturalist program is an environmental education program designed to teach children the fundamentals of natural science in a fun and engaging, outdoor environment.
The program offers a 1-week March Break day camp and Summer day camp for children aged 5-11, and provides an excellent opportunity for parents to expose their children to environmental education through engaging, hands on experiences and lessons.
Wednesday, March 21st: Mini-Makers Convention. While identifying different shapes in nature, Jr. Naturalists will build different snow structures using moulds and observe which ones are strongest/weakest and why. They will learn about the concepts of reducing, reusing, repurposing, recycling, and water conservation principles, develop team building skills and increase their confidence by working with others while creating an invention out of “junk” materials and presenting them to the group. $30, 8:30am drop off at Begbie View Elementary, pick up at 2:30pm.