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Little Saplings Early Childhood Nature Discovery Program

When:
April 14, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
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2020-04-14T10:00:00-05:00
Where:
Schramm Education Center
21502 Hwy 31
Gretna
NE
Contact:
402-332-5022

For children ages 2-5 and their adult caregiver, Little Saplings will bring monthly nature themes to life for your child through story telling, sensory activities, craft, and outdoor exploration!

Program is free with general admission to the Education Center. Adults (14 & up) – $10, Seniors – $7, Children (4-13) – $7, Children 3 & under- Free

Download event flyer: Little Saplings Flyer

January 14 Winter Wildlife Where do animals go during winter? Explore how wildlife survive and thrive through the coldest season.
February 11 Fantastic Fish Use your senses to explore the world of fish, and discover

what types of fish live in Nebraska.

March 10 Busy Trees Who lives in a tree? How do we use trees? Learn about the lives of busy trees, and their importance in nature!
April 14 Nature Nests Birds build them, turtles build them, and even fish build them! Discover why nests are important in nature.
May 12 Mother Earth Let’s celebrate Mother’s Day by learning about our Mother

Earth, and how we can show her our love!

June 9 Pond Life The pond is a busy place! Discover what lives underwater, on the water and over the water at a busy pond.
July 14 Bumbling Bees Who’s buzzing in the flowers? Learn about bees in

Nebraska, and why they are so important!

 

August 11 Terrific Turtles What makes a turtle special? How many turtles are in Nebraska? Dive into the world of turtles and what makes them so terrific!
September 8 Buggy World What makes a bug, a bug? Join us as we look high, low,

over and under for bugs found at Schramm Park!

October 13 All about Owls Hoot hoot hoot! Learn what the hoot is all about by exploring the world of owls!
November 10 Nature at Night Not all animals sleep at night! Discover how nature comes

alive at night for many animals.

December 8 Christmas Bird Count If you like birds, and want to be a scientist, help us look for birds, and discover what birds call Nebraska home in the winter!