Archive for the ‘Elementary Program’ Tag

Learning To Love Nature   3 comments

Teaching Kids In Sabino Canyon-blogAnother Fall of Teaching Children About Nature In Sabino Canyon 

For some,
It’s a lot of yada, yada, yada
For others,
A real learning experience
Forming a lifetime of respect.

— kenne

Searching For Creek Critters   1 comment

Creek Critters (1 of 1) blogSecond Grade Student Searching for Creek Critters in Sabino Creek — Images by kenne

Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists (SCVN) offer five different programs for elementary school children. One of the programs is called Creek Scene Investigation (CSI). In this program students learn about arthropods found in Sabino Creek. They learn about metamorphosis, the food chain and have an opportunity to collect insects out of the creek and investigate what they find.


Creek Critters (1 of 1)-2 blog

“An environment-based education movement
at all levels of education
will help students realize that school
isn’t supposed to be a polite form of incarceration,
but a portal to the wider world.”

― Richard Louv,
Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder

“Now You See It” — Fun Facts   Leave a comment

Kenne with 1st graders (1 of 1) blog

The morning sun
Warms the benches.

Picture this,
If you can.

Now you see it,
Now you don’t.

Blinding in
Is the game.

Listen while I tell
you a fun fact.

This box
Is a hard seat.

I love setting
down on the job.

— kenne

Kenne with 1st graders (1 of 1)-2 blog“Now You See It” is the Title of One of the SCVN Elementary Programs
— Images by Phil Bentley

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