Experience how Sugar Maple trees produce sap and why it is collected for syrup only during this brief season. Watch us collect the sap and cool it down. Taste maple sap in three stages of production. The basic program is one hour in length with half taking place outdoors.
An extended program for grades K-5 that lasts up to 3 hours, including a 30 minute lunch break, includes the basic program plus
*A hike to tap a Maple tree
*an interactive demonstration of Native Americans' use of maple sap
*science experiments and additional hands-on activities.
*Each Class must be accompanied by a minimum of 1 teacher; 2 adults is preferred.
* This program is only available at CALDWELL nature center
Program Provider: Cincinnati Parks
Grade Level: a) Pre-K, b) Kindergarten, c) 1st Grade, d) 2nd Grade, e) 3rd Grade, f) 4th Grade, g) 5th 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: http://www.cincinnatiparks.com
Contact Person Name: Erin Morris
Contact Person Phone: 513-321-6070 Ext 10
Contact Person Email: Dianne.email@example.com
Subject Matter: Biology, Plants
Program Length: Flexible
Maximum Number of Students: 65
Days Offered: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Times Offered: Flexible
State Content Standards Met:
Venue Needed: Off-Site Venue
Region: Greater Cincinnati Area
Extra materials, if any: