Camp-at-home week 2: Cold Blooded Creatures | Kids Out and About Minneapolis/St. Paul

Camp-at-home week 2: Cold Blooded Creatures

*The event has already taken place on this date: Fri, 07/03/2020
What does it mean for an animal to be cold-blooded? Do they really have cold blood? Together, we will explore the many types of cold-blooded creatures like reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates. Campers will have a virtual visit with some of our animal teachers, and learn about which species are native to Michigan and where they can be found. There will be plenty of games, crafts, and at-home challenges to practice cold-blooded survival skills and see how well you match up to these slimy, scaly animals.

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Camp-at-Home is specially designed to reduce the amount of time campers spend on a screen and encourage children to spend their summer outside exploring and discovering STEM and the natural world. Getting children up, moving, and engaging in science has always been at the core of camp and continues to be an integral part of Camp-at-Home!

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Contact name: 
Sandy Toivonen
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The event has already taken place on this date: 
8am- 5pm