Reedy Creek Nature Center
Established in 1993, the Division of Nature Preserves and Natural Resources’ mission is to protect the region’s biodiversity and natural heritage for its inherent value and for the benefit of future generations by promoting open space preservation, conserving natural communities, and fostering
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Piedmont forests are filled with a wornderful variety of plants and animals. The trees and other plants create food and shelter for birds, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals. Students will build an appreciation for the variety of animals that live in the woods and develop an understanding of what a habitat is and how animals utilize their habitat.
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At your site or at Reedy Creek Nature Center.
The following prices are per class (max of 25 students): CMS at Reedy Creek Nature Center $30. Non CMS at Reedy Creek Nature Center $40.00. Additional travel fee of $15 for programs at your site.
R4 – Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone. We will learn technical terms for botanical and zoological species, types and processes.
SL1 – Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. Time is allowed for questions and discussions about specific topics in each program.
SL2 – Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally. We will present and discuss information in various media formats, including hand-on exploration, outdoor oral presentation and digital media during our programs.
From the Science Standards:
K.L.1 – Investigate different types of the same kind of animals to distinguish individual differences, such as different rodents, snakes, foxes, etc.
1.L.1 – Learn how different animals meet their basic needs of air, water, and food for energy and growth. Learn what they eat and how they grow. See the natural habitats in the nature preserve by walking the trails.
2.L.2.2 – Recognize that there is variation among individuals that are related.
4.L.1 – Discover how animals interact with their environment by adapting to changes and changing behaviors to survive. Learn about differences in individuals that gives them advantages for survival.
5.L.2.1 – Compare the characteristics of several common ecosystems, including estuaries and salt marshes, oceans, lakes and ponds, forests and grasslands.
5.L.2.2 – Classify the organisms within an ecosystem according to the function they serve: producers, consumers, or decomposers (biotic factors).
5.L.2.3 – Infer the effects that may result from the interconnected relationship of plants and animals to their ecosystem.
Refunds will be given (minus a 10% admin. fee) if cancellation notice is given at least 10 days in advance for Program Registrations.
There will be no refund if less than 10 days notice is given for Program Registrations.
The verified Main Contact is the only person who can withdraw a participant.
All refunds must be submitted via the Refund Request Form provided by Park and Recreation.
Customer should be aware that refunds take 10 days.