Arboretum Education at Home


April 06, 2020 to April 10, 2020
08:00 AM until 05:00 PM


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The Dallas Arboretum education team has produced content appropriate for K-sixth grade students and their family to engage with from home. Explore these hands-on Children’s Adventure Garden learning galleries through at-home science experiments and engaging science story read alouds, which feature prompts for further exploration. Topics include habitats, pure energy, wetlands, Earth cycles and more.

Children’s Adventure Garden at Home:
-Habitats learning gallery and explore habitats around your home
-Kaleidoscope learning gallery and explore patterns around your home
-Living Cycles learning gallery and explore changes in living things around your home
-OmniGlobe and explore space from the comfort of home
-Pure Energy learning gallery and explore forms of energy around your home
-Texas Native Wetlands learning gallery and explore water quality testing at home

Learning Gallery Read Alouds:
Join the Dallas Arboretum Education team as they bring the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden to you with a read aloud of a signature book. Then stick around for questions to engage you at home.
-Next Time You See the Moon by Emily Morgan, from the Earth Cycles learning gallery
-Who Lives Here? by Rozane Lanczak Williams, from the Habitats learning gallery
-What is a Cycle? by Jill Trumbauer, from the Living Cycles learning gallery
-Nature’s Patterns by Karen Edwards, from the Kaleidoscope learning gallery
-Don’t Push the Button! by Bill Cotter, from the Pure Energy learning gallery
-Life in a Pond by Lisa Trumbauer, from the Texas Native Wetlands learning gallery