Environmental Education Field Trip
Environmental Education Field Trips provide your students with hands-on experiences to bring their classroom learning to life. This program covers elements in learning outdoor skills, environmental leadership, science, geography, physical education and so much more. Participants spend the majority of their time outdoors connecting with ecosystems, preparing shelters, building fires, testing their survival skills, and learning tree and plant identification. Let us know what you are currently studying in class, and we will plan an interactive program based on your curriculum goals. Session activities will vary by season.
Every program is fully customizable with a large selection of activities for you and your team to choose from.
For your Environmental Education Field Trip, we recommend:
Activities and programs aligned with environment-based science curriculum goals. From seasonal changes to water studies, ecosystems to orienteering, we deliver a day of fun and interactive learning.
The outdoor recreation activities offer the opportunity to play in nature. Experience new things like archery, canoeing, and nature hikes. Learn outdoor skills like campfire and shelter building. With 300+ acres of land on the shores of Lake Scugog, the possibilities are endless.
A series of ground based obstacles designed to challenge teams and individuals to work together. Exercises focus on building trust, improving participants’ ability to communicate, stimulating creative problem solving, collaborating even with constraints, and developing and executing a plan with many moving parts.