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Status

Open

Estimated Completion Time

6 Weeks

Overview

Do you like to get outside and explore your backyard? Would you like to learn about bats, snakes, moose, and even whales?! In New Hampshire Wildlife, we’ll learn about local forests, mountains, wetlands, freshwater, and coastal habitats and the animals that live there. We will make animal-themed crafts, keep a nature journal, play games, and get outside and explore the habitats around us to look for wildlife.

This enrichment experience will meet weekly on Tuesdays at 3:30. The session will run for six weeks starting the week of October 10th.

During this course, you will learn career-related skills and earn a badge for this accomplishment. A badge is a digital certification of your career-related learning that you can share on social media and higher education platforms, or with colleges, potential employers, peers, and colleagues. Select this link to learn more about badges.

Course Requirements

A pupil may enter kindergarten if his/her chronological age will be five before October 1st of the year of entering school. For a complete description of the policy, please see Policy JEB Age of Entrance.

Major Topics and Concepts

Credits .125

For students grades K - 2

Competencies

  • Local Wildlife
    Students will demonstrate an understanding of local wildlife by describing animals, their habitats and adaptations, and identifying conservation efforts. 

Pre-Requisites

None

Attend a virtual open house

We offer regular online open house webinars where VLACS staff members provide parents and students with an overview of our programs and answer questions about online learning.