Garden Explorers: Petal Power

Join us for an engaging outdoor lesson where students aged 1st-6th grade will explore our gardens to learn more about science in our environment. The focus of this class will be all things flowers. How do flowers help in growing food? Why do bees like flowers? What types of flowers do we have growing in our garden? Your children will learn all this and more! They'll search the garden for flowers, eat a flower-themed snack, and make a craft to take home. 


Availability description

April 27th from 10:00am-Noon

Age/Grade Level
Grades 1-2
Grades 3-5
Grades 6-8
Cost Range
Less than $25
Time of Day
Opportunity type
Out-of-school Programs
Area of Interest
Biology / LifeSciences
Earth Science/Ecology
Specific Attention
Programs for boys
Programs for girls
Financial Support or Scholarship Available?
NGSS Aligned?
Location Address:
2525 N Ave, National City, California, 91950
Contact Name:
Callie Brust

Garden Explorers: Petal Power

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