The Nature Club is a unique learning experience for kids aged 6 to 12 yrs. old who want to learn about animals of all kinds.
We provide a relaxed and fun atmosphere that prepares your child to become a responsible pet owner and encourages their curiosity about the natural world.
Be Curious ! There is so much to learn!
Next session starts online via Zoom Saturday Feb 20 2021
Saturdays 10:30am to 11:30am
for 7 weeks of exploration
To make it Covid safe this is an online class
using the ZOOM platform. You don’t need a ZOOM account, we will email the class link to you each week.
Send your child on a journey through the animal world.
Every Saturday for 1 hours your child will learn about a different topic – insects, reptiles, birds, critters that live under water, habitats, adaptations, conservation issues, what makes a good pet and what animals are not suitable pets. Lessons are taught with the aid of games, and other teaching aids.
Each week the first 1/2 hour will be spent learning about an animal group and an animal related concept – like conservation or habitats, etc. Lots of questions and interaction is encouraged. Then in the second 1/2 hour the kids will learn about a specific animal which our instructor will bring out for the kids to see and observe up close. Lastly, each week the instructor will give the group an activity for each child to do during the week. The activity is designed to get the child outside and observing the world around them. The results will be discussed in the next class.
Cost is $70.00 (plus 5% GST)
Contact us to register.
Call (604) 531-1100 to register or email email@example.com
Please note that we are fully insured, permitted by the Department of Fish & Wildlife, and our Nature Club and Camp leaders have had a criminal records check by the RCMP.
” I am writing to thank you for another great round of Nature Club. My daughter absolutely loves coming to your place and never wants to leave. Looks like you have a lifer!! You all are doing a great job by educating and inspiring kids to appreciate and respect animals as you are – things can only get better! ” …. Heather Meberg