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March Break Nature Camps 2016 (ages 6 to 10)

Join TBGKids for interactive, educational and engaging activities in TBG’s cozy nature-themed classroom, expansive garden and nearby ravine All camps are peanut and tree nut free. March Break Camps are open to children 6 to 10 years of age. Sign up for one or two days, or register for the full week and save 15 per cent.

Monday, March 14 through Friday, March 19, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Full Week: TBG Members $255; Public $276
Daily Rate: TBG Members $60; Public $65

Monday, March 14 – Nature Crafts
Try your hand at natural crafts, toys and games. Use plants to dye silk, make sailboats with items found in nature and play old-fashioned outdoor games.

Tuesday, March 15 – Stones and Bones
Climb into the time machine for a Stone Age look at fossils, dinosaurs and geological wonders. Whip up a stone and bone snack, play dinosaur bingo and make your own pet rock.

Wednesday, March 16 – Earth Science
Put nature under a microscope, have fun with science concepts and conduct experiments. Learn how engineers harness the wind to make energy and explore meteorological phenomenon.

Thursday, March 17 – Grossology
Ewwww! Nature can be so gross–isn’t it awesome? Join TBGKids for an enlightening day of slug slime, pond scum, spittle bugs, animal scat, leaf mould and more! Grossology campers will make oozy crafts, play gross-out games and learn fascinating facts about nature.

Friday, March 18 – Cooking Camp
Stir up a whole day of fun with TBGKids. Shake, mix, muddle and bake delicious snacks and garden-fresh herbs. Kids will whip up fun and nutritious smoothies and snacks with fresh fruit and veggies and spend time outside exploring the edible winter landscape.

Please note that before and after care is not available for March Break Camp.

The Toronto Botanical Garden values accessibility and inclusion. Children with special needs are encouraged to participate; however TBG is not able to provide 1:1 support. Contact the Children’s Education Supervisor, Community Programs, for information on accessibility at the Toronto Botanical Garden.

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