Free Outdoor Summer Class for Kids ages 6-12
Nature Play is a great way to get your kids outside and learning about their environment! Learn about nature through fun activities in a park setting.
We will be taking a look into topics such as:
· The importance of Olathe’s Lakes, Creeks, and Wetlands
· Trees and their value for wildlife and people
· Birds and bugs: What they do and where they live
· Why we preserve our natural resources
The class will meet once a week for 90 minutes from 9am– 10:30am
Three sessions are offered at three different Olathe park locations. Choose one or all three!
Manor Park (15355 S. Alcan Street) CODE: 24138
Monday July 8– Wetlands and Wonder: Learn about an urban wetland.
Monday July 15– Learn about trees by becoming a tree detective!
Monday July 22- Creepy Crawlies! Discover insects and decomposers.
Water Works Park (610 S. Curtis Street) CODE: 24139
Wednesday July 10– Clean Water: Learn about lakes and pollution.
Wednesday July 17– Trees as Habitats: Find out who needs trees to live.
Wednesday July 24- Animals Interacting! The food chain and
Lone Elm Park (21151 W. 167th Street) CODE: 24140
Tuesday July 9– Creeks Alive! Learn about creeks and their wildlife.
Tuesday July 16– Friends of the Prairie: Discover a prairie’s diversity.
Tuesday July 23- Bird Watch: Find birds and their homes.