Resources and activities to help you help your Kindergartener and children of other ages learn at home about nature.
For intermediate-level scavenger hunts without photos, use the links below. For easy scavenger hunts with photos, please visit the Scavenger Hunts by Language page. Russell Field-Spanish Russell Field-French Russell Field-Mandarin Russell Field-Korean Russell Field-Portuguese Russell Field-Bangla Russell Field-English Danehy Park-French Danehy Park-Mandarin Danehy Park-Korean Danehy Park-Spanish Danehy Park-Portuguese Danehy Park-Bangla (in progress;translator needed) Danehy Park-EnglishContinue reading “Scavenger Hunts by Location”
Cambridge outdoors is developing resources and activities to help you help your middle schooler and children of other ages learn at home about nature.
Cambridge outdoors is developing resources and activities to help you help your Junior Kindergartener and children of other ages learn at home about nature.
Watch animals making things.
When you think of bees, you probably think of someone who looks like this: The decline of the domesticated European honeybee, Apis mellifera, has had considerable media attention since colony collapse disorder reared its ugly head in the early 2000s. But scientists are documenting the decline of other bee species, native to the U.S. TheseContinue reading “April: Nature in Cambridge”
Free, indoor art event this Saturday for ages 4–10 engages kids with the animal world! Register to drop in to the Nocturnal Animal Art Buffet, 2:00–4:00 p.m.
Join Barbara J. Thomas, Elizabeth Quinlan, and Anne Marie Lambert for a poetry stroll at Alewife on August 18th at 10:00 a.m. Details here.
This month there’s quite a bit going on outdoors in Cambridge for kids, especially on Sundays. Use your creativity to make box puppets of local animals at Art at the Farm on August 13th, watch the monarch caterpillars grow all month and then be released at Fresh Pond Reservation on August 19th, and become anContinue reading “Art at the Farm, Monarchs, and Insectives”
Art and Nature will meet once again in a Cambridge open space on Thursday, July 26. Now postponed to Friday, July 27, due to the weather forecast. The third annual Fly, Buzz, and Honk! Festival offers guided nature exploration for children, a pollinator relay game, puppet-making, make-your-own nature journal, National Moth Week activities, and anContinue reading “Fly, Buzz, and Honk!….Again”