Grade 1 Programs
Number of Students: Maximum 25 students per program
Volunteers: None required, but are very welcome to attend
Duration: 1/2 day. A.M. or P.M.
Fee: $160.00, plus travel if applicable.
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Other Details: Many of these programs may include songs,
activities,experiments, group work, crafts, movement activities
and natural artifacts.
Animal Ark - This is a Class Act!
Costumes, specimens and lots of touchables make animal
classification fun and easy for the students.
Birds - Have a Tweet Time!
What makes a bird so special? Learn about their unique lives
exploring feathers, eggs, nests and song.
Butterflies - Flit Around with us!
From eggs to adults, butterflies are
simply amazing. Dress like a butterfly,
see how they feed examine specimens and even move.
even move like butterflies
Impressive Insects - Such a Buzz!
What is an insect? Unmask the answer through
investigations, visuals, activities and costumes.
Choose from a variety of topics and we will conduct a customized
program that utilizes your school yard or nearby green-space and
ties into your curriculum needs.
Owls - A Real Hoot!
Feathers, models, work stations and songs help demonstrate
unique owl adaptations.
Additional fee to dissect pellets.
Surviving Winter - Totally Cool!
How do humans and other Ontario animals survive the severity of
winter? Hibernate, migrate or perhaps they just freeze.
property. If at any time, Nature Visits With Gail staff feels that a group is a danger to persons,
animals or property, s/he may cancel the program and no refund will be given. It is the
responsibility of the event organizers to ensure that guests participate in a responsible
fashion. Anytime live animals are part of a presentation, an element of risk is involved.
Although Sydney is my pet, he may occasionally pee, poop, scratch or bite. I do make every
reasonable effort to avoid these mishaps. Nature Visits With Gail is not responsible for any
injury, illness or damage caused in whole or in part by its animals or staff. Event organizers
are responsible to inform guests of this risk involved and ensure that guests with allergies or
other animal related issues are informed. Please let our staff know of any concerns.