Looking for extra enrichment opportunities?
Homeschool students and those looking for extra enrichment opportunities, are invited to join educators from Tenafly Nature Center, Teaneck Creek Conservancy, and Flat Rock Brook as we introduce the principles of Winter Survival! Each day, during this 3 day series, students will have the chance to explore a new habitat as we practice using the survival skills of building shelter, finding warmth, and orienteering. Students will have the opportunity to build a fire, make lean-to structures, and navigate their environment, while simultaneously learning about how other species use similar techniques to survive and thrive during the winter months.
Students will strengthen their knowledge and appreciation for the environment while exploring unique outdoor ecosystems in small socially distanced groups. Coronavirus precautions are in effect and students must wear masks at all times. Group sizes are strictly limited, so reserve your space today.
Students should wear appropriate outdoor gear, sturdy, closed-toe footwear, and masks. Please no hand-held devices. The program will take place outdoors (rain or shine). In the event of inclement weather, the program may be cancelled or rescheduled.
- For families with children 5-12 years old.
- 100% outdoors.
- This program is run as a series.
- This is a drop off program.
- Attendance is for the registered participant only.