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posted: 7/3/2014 2:47 PM

Preschoolers learn about nature in CFC day camp

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  • Three- and four-year-old campers learned about trees, mammals, bird, butterflies and insects at Citizens for Conservation's Jr. Naturalist camp at Flint Creek Savanna.

      Three- and four-year-old campers learned about trees, mammals, bird, butterflies and insects at Citizens for Conservation's Jr. Naturalist camp at Flint Creek Savanna.
    Courtesy of Ed Plum

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    Courtesy of Ed Plum

 
Submitted by Citizens for Conservation

Citizens for Conservation offered a Leave No Child Inside-oriented preschool camp the week of June 9.

The setting of CFC headquarters offered wonderful opportunities for the children to interact with and learn about nature and the environment. The themes for the week included trees, mammals, birds, butterflies and insects.

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Susan Lenz and her son, Nicholas, created and facilitated a hands-on, nature-based curriculum with each day consisting of stories, hands-on materials, crafts, songs, games and of course a hike, using all of the children's senses, through beautiful Flint Creek Savanna.

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