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March Break Nature Camps (ages 6 to 10)

Join TBGKids for interactive, educational and engaging activities in The James Boyd Children’s Centre, our gardens and surrounding ravine.

Nature Art
Get inspired by the natural world! Make Earth Art in the woods, design nature prints and try your hand at botanical watercolours.
Monday, March 16 [TG15M01]
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Animal Tracking
Use your detective skills to uncover the signs of life hidden in the winter world all around us. Follow animal footprints, identify tracks and learn how animals move through an area without being discovered.
Tuesday, March 17 [TG15M02]
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Extreme Plants
Discover the incredible survival strategies that allow plants to grow in the world’s most forbidding climates. Go on a ravine-wide scavenger hunt, take home an extreme green and come face to face with a meat-eating plant!
Wednesday, March 18 [TG15M03]
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Stones and Bones
Explore the prehistoric world with TBGKids. Hunt for fossils, learn how rocks are formed, make Stone Age crafts and discover living plants that are as old as dinosaurs. [TG15M04]
Thursday, March 19
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Earth Science
Explore the world of science! Harness the power of the sun and the wind, try fascinating nature experiments and learn how scientists study the natural world. [TG15M05]
Friday, March 20
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Registration Information:

  • Camps are open to children 6 to 10 years old.
  • Program runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • All camps are peanut and tree nut free.
  • Sign up for one or two days, or register for the full week and save!
  • Full week [TG15MFW]: Public $290; Members $270
  • Per day: Public $65; Members $60

The Toronto Botanical Garden values accessibility and inclusion. Please contact the Children’s Education Supervisor for options available to campers with special needs. childrensed@torontobotanicalgarden.ca

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