Seaside Science Children's Workshop
The Coastal Children’s Museum and National Audubon’s Project Puffin are teaming up to offer Seaside Science, a six week series of science workshops for children 6 and up focusing on topics such as biodiversity, adaptations, conservation and more. The workshops will take place from 3:30-4:30 starting Saturday May 25th and continue each Saturday until June 29th. Each program will focus on a different topic to build scientific knowledge and skills through activities, stories, games and art. The series culminates in an afternoon trip to Hog Island off of Muscongus Bay. Hog Island is part of the Todd Wildlife Sanctuary and home to the Audubon Camp in Maine which has offered environmental education programs for adults, teens, families and conservation leaders since 1936.
The seaside scientists will be treated to many great workshops. On May 25th the students will be introduced to Project Puffin’s Visitor Center with its kid sized puffin’s burrow and bird blinds as well as set up the weather station that will be used in the subsequent workshops
Rockland, ME 04841