Hunt Club Farm - Children’s Garden Field Trip
Virginia Beach

Hunt Club Farm’s children’s gardening program was developed in accordance with Virginia’s Science and Math SOL guidelines for Pre-K through 3rd Grade, and has been honored with several awards. This hands-on approach to learning will help your students better understand their study of plants and animals.

Your class’s one-hour guided tour includes the following learning stations:
* Life Cycles & Butterfly Garden
* Bee’s Buzz (observational beehive)
* Bull Frog Pond- Tadpoles & Frogs
* Birds recycle so can you!
* Planting Experience- What plants need to grow? Ø Where’s the worm?

Points of discussion:
* Benefits of Plants & Animals to our Environment
* Different Habitats and Camouflage for Animals
* How Seeds Travel

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Henricus Family Fun Day – 17th-Century Games & Songs & The Greater Richmond Children’s Choir
Chester, May 14
Demonstrations, activities and crafts for the entire family are located at multiple stations throughout the site. Enjoy a concert by the Greater Richmond Children’s Choir! The event is designed for the whole family; activities are ongoing and self-paced.
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Global Junkjam 2016 - Children's Museum of Virginia
Portsmouth, May 20, 2016
Join The Junkman™, Donald Knaack for a musical and educational celebration of Mother Earth. The Junkman utilizes recycled materials as instruments and employs the use of eco-chants to teach students how to create a healthier planet.Anyone is welcome to participate regardless of age and prior music experience is not necessary. Guests are invited to BYOJ (Bring Your Own Junk and sticks from home) or play with materials provided by The Junkman. Only three fast rules to BYOJ apply: no objects made from glass, no objects with sharp edges, and nothing that might splinter.
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