Cycle Savers is an earth education experience based on a mystery code and club theme. Students work to decipher the code of the "Cycle Savers" while they learn about the air, water, and soil cycle. Trained high school leaders do much of the leadership for the outdoor adventure with small groups.
Trailblazers is an all-outdoors after-school program with students from Bluenose Academy (Lunenburg), New Germany Elementary School, and Pentz Elementary School . Leaders meet the group at the school at dismissal time and walk to a nearby wild area to play heart-pumping games, prepare and eat a nutritious snack, and spend structured and unstructured time playing and building skills in the forest. Funding support from TD FEF.
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Shapeshifter Search is an earth education experience for grade two students based on a story about shapeshifters, who are creatures that can transform into any object in nature. Students work to find puzzle pieces that will unstick a shapeshifter while learning about how creatures depend on their habitat for their basic needs.
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Fish Friends is a unique school program with a fun and adaptable curriculum, developed by the Atlantic Salmon Federation. The program is now maintained by the Nova Scotia Salmon Association and NS Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture Inland Fisheries Division. Fish Friends provides students with an understanding of fish morphology, life cycles, as well as both freshwater and marine environments. This program offers youth the opportunity to raise brook trout from fertilized eggs to young fish, while studying their life cycle. Once the eggs have reached the fry stage, the students release them into local rivers.
For more information on School Programs contact our Environmental Education Team Lead, Clare Kellock, at firstname.lastname@example.org.