School Group Programs
Teachers, get excited about your next
earth or life science unit!

Nature Visits Inc.'s school workshops are
participatory, inquiry based and Ontario
elementary curriculum specific. Some
programs even include Bindi,my Bare-eyed
Cockatoo who helps the students get a better
understanding of certain difficult concepts.

Most programs can be adapted to meet the needs of different grade
and skill levels.

Number of Students:  Maximum 25 students per class
Number of Volunteers:  None required, but are very welcome to attend
Length of Presentation: 1.5 hour and half-day (2.5 hr) programs
available depending on grade and program.
Cost:  $110.00 to $160.00    
Extra travel fee may apply,
click here for details.
Customization:  Let us know how we can accommodate you!
Teacher Professional Development

Nature Visits With Gail offers interactive, educational and fun
workshops especially designed for teachers. These workshops
provide teachers with additional confidence teaching life and earth
science topics, classroom proven activities, many great reference and
much more.

Learn more about Nature Visits With Gail
Teacher Professional
Development workshops.
Learning about grouping during a
Surviving Winter program.
2015
Nature Visits With Gail
Life and Earth Science Programs
info@naturevisits.com
Disclaimer
Nature Visits With Gail is not  responsible for any loss of property or damage to persons or
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.
WOW......... Thank you Patricia Kane
Had a GREAT time working with the junior kindergarten
students at Mentor College in Mississauga. Ms. Kane has hired
Nature Visits for the past 3 years to come in and teach her little
ones about Winter Survival. The students always have a very
exciting time learning about hibernation, migration and all the
other ways animals make it through the harsh cold and dry
winter season.