Snow Stompers Program
11:00 AM Lone Pine State Park Visitor Center
KID'S SNOW STOMPERS PROGRAM AT LONE PINE STATE PARK
The winter season provides the opportunity to explore winter ecology and wildlife behavior. Open your child's eyes to the wonderful world of winter by attending Lone Pine State Park's Snow Stompers Program Series. Geared for kids 4 to 7 years old, this hour long program will teach your child about what makes nature tick during the winter months. Depending on the program, activities will include storybooks and crafts, as well as inside and outside activities, all of which will teach fun lessons about our world in the winter time.
All programs meet at the Lone Pine Visitor Center. Please bring weather-appropriate clothing, as some activities will be held outside (weather dependant). The program schedule is listed below.
January 19: "When Winter Comes" Learn about how animals prepare for winter.
January 26: "Who Lives in the Snow" Locate and identify animal tracks in the snow.
February 2: "A Warm Winter Tale" Learn about animal hibernating habits in the winter.
February 9: "The Secret Language of Snow" Learn the many different types of snow and the Subnivean environment.
February 16: "Aquatic Creatures' Adaptations to Winter" Learn about water animals, like beavers, and what winter means
February 23: "Snow Science" Become snow scientists and evaluate snowflakes under a magnifying glass.
What: Snow Stompers Program Series
Where: Lone Pine State Park Visitor Center
When: Saturdays, January 19 through February 23 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Cost: $3 per child, per program
Age Group: Kids Venue: Lone Pine State Park Visitor Center Address: N/A Phone: N/A