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Adapting to Habitats
16 Jan, 2014. 0 Comments. . Posted By: lncigc

Program Description:

Discover the differences between living and non-living things as we learn how plants and animals interact with their physical environment. We investigate the basic needs of organisms, how their habitat fills those needs and the important role of adaptations. During the hike, explore three different local habitats.

This program is available only at the CALDWELL nature center during the FALL, WINTER and SPRING
While best suited for a nature center, this program can be adapted for presentation at a local park.

Program Provider: Cincinnati Parks
Grade Level: b) Kindergarten, c) 1st Grade, d) 2nd Grade

How much does the program cost? $5 per child and chaperone. Teachers are FREE. Minimum Fee: $125 (equivalent to 25 children/paying adults)

Program Provider Website:
Contact Person Name: Erin Morris
Contact Person Phone: 513-321-6070 Ext 10
Contact Person Email:
Subject Matter: Animals, Biology, Habitat

Program Length: Flexible
Maximum Number of Students: 65
Days Offered: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Times Offered: Flexible
State Content Standards Met: Ohio
Venue Needed: Off-Site Venue
Region: Greater Cincinnati Area

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