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Join naturalists Caroline and Robby as they explore Wolf Ridge, experiencing nature from a variety of perspectives, such as science, history, culture, art, and literature. Share a few laughs along the way as you read their story or watch a video of their 10-minute adventure. Next, you’ll be directed to outdoor activities that will enhance your learning while you spend some time in a neighborhood park or near your own home.
Birds are flying by! Have you seen and heard them? We will be taking a quick look at some birds found around Wolf Ridge and getting really close through a research process called banding. Then we all will be heading outside to find who is living near you!
Express your artistic side! Create an exhibit of temporary art made of nature, in nature, featuring you! Explore the materials found all around you and their colors, shapes, and textures, then watch as your masterpiece springs into being.
How do we use energy in our daily lives and what are its impacts? How can your everyday decisions save energy?
Who grows your food? Join us at the Wolf Ridge farm to meet Sarah who helps grow tons (literally) of food that we eat at Wolf Ridge. After learning about what goes into producing food it’s your turn to grow your own microgreens.
Hop to it! Go behind the scenes with the spring pond singers and doing a personal meet and greet. Before you know it, you’ll be personally acquainted with the frogs and toads around you.
If we know how to read them, rocks can tell us a story of how our landscapes were created. Geologic history shows us the shaping forces of our land long ago.
What is living in your neighborhood? What can we learn about animal behavior from the evidence they leave behind? Join us for this adventure, and don’t forget to bring your powers of observation!
Pizza isn’t just delicious– making your own from scratch is a great way to learn about nutrition and healthy eating. Get tips to create your own scrumptious treat. The accompanying recipes and activities will inspire you even more!
How can closely observing and recording plant characteristics help us understand how they thrive in their ecosystem homes? Join us as we look at all of the amazing and wonderful plants which pop up in spring all over Wolf Ridge.
Let’s dive into the topic of water and see how it flows! This lesson dives into how water moves through watersheds using the example of the Lake Superior Watershed.
Using our powers of observation we will begin to unravel the mystery of how changes in our atmosphere shape our day-to-day weather. Soon your meteorological expertise will have everyone asking you what the weather is going to be!
Go outside and play in the snow while exploring snow properties and structures.