Educators and youth leaders, discover how to enhance your curriculum with indoor and outdoor activities.
Project Learning Tree provides environmental activities that support educational goals for K-8th grade students.
Project Learning Tree is an award-winning, internationally-recognized environmental education program that provides ready-made lessons and activities for educators.
Project Learning Tree can integrate easily into an existing curriculum and can be used to supplement all subject areas.
“Outdoor learning experiences are vital for children,” says workshop leader Amal Farrough.
“Participants will gain hands-on experience with outdoor games, experiments and projects that correspond with Indiana’s Academic Standards.”
The workshop will take place from 8:30am to 2pm at the Brown Barn at St. Patrick’s County Park on Friday, June 16, 2017.
Fee for the program is $27 and includes all workshop materials, morning refreshments, and a guide book containing over 90 ready-to-use lesson plans.
Registration and payment are required by June 9. To register or for more information call 574/654-3155.
St. Patrick’s County Park is located on Laurel Road, north of Auten Road and west of US 933.