LLELA Home School Natural Science

Date/Time

September 22, 2020 to November 05, 2020
10:00 AM until 01:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, 1 weeks on Tuesday, Thursday

Location

Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area View map
201 E. Jones Street,
Lewisville, TX, 75057

Additional Information

  • Website: http://llela.org
  • Line/Box Office Phone: 469/635-5482
  • Cost: The cost is $15 per class, or $50 for all four classes.
  • Ages: Kids in kindergarten through 8th grade

Description

Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area (LLELA) has created a fun and exciting way for students to mix some field work into their home schooling this semester. The Home School Natural Science classes are a four-part series examining a central theme. Students K-8th grade are welcome to join this outdoor class for an exploration into a natural science topic, discovering wildlife adaptations and how to collect data in the field.

Registration is required to attend these classes. Registration can be completed entirely online at the Play Lewisville store at amilia.com. Click here to sign up your little scientist today.

Class 1: September 22 or 24
K-2nd grade: Adaptations: Planting the Seed
Why won’t you find an eagle nibbling on an acorn? Or a Great Blue Heron on the prairie?
6th-8th grade: Field Study Techniques: Plant Survey Techniques
Ever wonder what it takes to manage a preserve as big as LLELA?

Class 2: October 6 or 8
K-2nd grade: Adaptations: Insect Adaptations
Why won’t you find an eagle nibbling on an acorn? Or a Great Blue Heron on the prairie?
6th-8th grade: Field Study Techniques: Animal Populations
Ever wonder what it takes to manage a preserve as big as LLELA?

Class 3: October 20 or 22
K-2nd grade: Adaptations: Fill the Bill
Why won’t you find an eagle nibbling on an acorn? Or a Great Blue Heron on the prairie?
6th-8th grade: Field Study Techniques: Bird Banding
Ever wonder what it takes to manage a preserve as big as LLELA?

Class 4: November 3 or 5
K-2nd grade: Adaptations: Animal Senses
Why won’t you find an eagle nibbling on an acorn? Or a Great Blue Heron on the prairie?
6th-8th grade: Field Study Techniques: Wildlife Manager for a Day
Ever wonder what it takes to manage a preserve as big as LLELA?

Contact nature programs coordinator Tiara Chapman with any questions at 469/635-5482.