School Programs

The Kalamazoo Nature Center is the perfect way for your school or group to gain a brand new appreciation for their place in the natural world.  

Click on each program below for details.  Not finding exactly what you are looking for? Give us a call to design a custom program to meet your time frame and educational needs!  

KNC Registrar:
269-381-1574 ext. 24 or register@naturecenter.org

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Click on each program for details & pricing

A Sense of Nature - PreK-2nd Grade

A Sense of Nature
Grade: PreK-2nd Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC or DeLano Farms, Anytime @ Your Place
Investigate many of nature’s wonders with your five senses and gain a new perspective. Observe the colors, shapes, patterns and textures of natural objects and get curious about the world around you!

Topics: Living & non-living, observations, questions & patterns, senses, maps
@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor program - includes a guided hike!

@ Your Place: $165, .75 hour indoor program

Animal Encounters

Animal Encounters

Grade: Daycare, Preschool, Kindergarten

When: Anytime @KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Feeling adventurous? Ready to hone your sense of wonder? Then take an adventure with one of KNC’s animal ambassadors! Encounter an animal in person and learn about nature through interactive games and activities! You can choose your own adventure and meet a reptile, amphibian, bird, mammal, or invertebrate, and will have a choice between themes so that you’ll get the program that is right for your group!

You select the type of animal, and your preferred theme. Based on those selections, the animal guest is educator’s choice.

Topics: Theme dependent, but many programs cover animal adaptations, animal classification, recognizing similarities and differences, recognizing patterns, making observations, and invoking senses @KNC: $100, .75 hour indoor/outdoor, live animal program.                                      @Your Place: $165, .75 hour indoor, live animal program

 

Reptiles:

Snake Programs:

Snake Educators: Black Rat Snake, Garter Snake, Milk Snake, Blue Racer

 

Themes Available:

All About Snakes!
In this program you will learn more about these legless reptiles and the adaptations make them unique.

Sense of Smell!
Tongues flicking and nostrils twitching, explore a variety of ways Michigan animals smell the world, and hone your own sense of smell!

The Art of Movement!

Ready to fly, scurry, slither, and swim? Get on your feet and explore the different ways animals make their way through the world!


Animal Homes

Some animals are amazing builders, others need a little help. This program explores a variety of animal homes.

Follow the Tracks

Through mud and snow, tracks can tell us a lot about our wild neighbors. Use this program to explore the differences in tracks that animals leave on the ground.

Ch-ch-ch-changes!

Are you the same size as you were when you were a baby? Well, animals grow and change too! Join a KNC educator to learn about some amazing animal growth spurts!

The Skin You’re In

Fur, feathers, skin, and scales, these outer coverings can tell us a lot about an animal.

Turtle Programs:
Turtle Educators: Eastern Box Turtle, Musk Turtle, Blanding Turtle

Themes Available:

Life of a Turtle
Whether aquatic explorers or land bound adventurers, there’s a lot we can learn about these shelled reptiles.


Reptiles

Turtles, lizards, and snakes, oh my! This program takes a closer look at our scaled, cold-blooded friends.

Shapes and Patterns
In shells and clouds, and even in bark and leaves, nature is filled with patterns and shapes. Let’s look at them together!

Reptiles in Shining Armor
Those strong scales are like a knight’s shield. Explore how turtles use their armor to survive in nature!

Mammals
Mammal Programs:
Mammal Educators:  Mouse or Rabbit

Themes Available:

Sense of Hearing!
Animal ears come in all shapes and sizes. Join a KNC educator to learn about some different animal ears and be ready to practice your own sense of hearing!

What’s for dinner, herbivore?
It’s a picnic, and nature is invited! Let’s explore some different animal diets and learn about herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores!

Mammals
Let’s learn a little about the animal class we belong to as we take a closer look at some Michigan mammals!


A tale of tails!

Climbing, balancing, swimming, and even communicating, those tails can do a lot!

Birds                                                                  
Bird Programs:                                                              

Nocturnal Educators:  Screech, Barred, Great Horned

Themes Available:

Camouflage

1, 2, 3—hide! Learn how some amazing critters use camouflage to hide in plain sight!


Predator and Prey

Eyes on the side: run and hide. Eyes in front: prepare to hunt! Join a KNC educator to learn more about our predator and prey animal neighbors.

Music in Nature
From a cricket’s call, to the trembling base of a thunder storm, nature is filled with rhythm and music!

Birds of Prey: Day and Night
Raptors have a lot in common, but they have just as many differences. Learn about the adaptations that help make diurnal and nocturnal birds of prey unique!

Diurnal Educators:  Red-Tailed Hawk

Themes Available:

Sense of Sight!
I see with my little eye…something with better eyesight then me! Join a KNC educator to learn how different Michigan animals see the world!

1000 Voices
The world is filled with bird songs. Finches, sparrows, owls and falcons…. The list goes on! Use this program to help explore the variety of bird calls that fill both day and night!

All About Birds
Eggs and feathers, beaks and talons! Birds are an amazing class of the animal kingdom!

The Art of Flying
Fluff up your feathers and take flight! Let’s learn about winged things like birds, bugs, and bats!

Amphibians                                       
Salamander Programs:

Salamander Educators: Eastern Tiger Salamander

Available Themes:

Amphibians

Slimy skin and clawless feet— dive into pond life with a KNC educator to learn more about Michigan amphibians.


Two Lives

Learn about the double lives our amphibians lead. From tadpoles to tree frogs, this program is transformative!

Frog Programs:                                                             
Frog Educators: Eastern American Toad, Grey Tree Frog, Aquatic Frog

Available Themes:


The Art of Climbing

Between sticky toes and amazing ankles, let’s explore the adaptations that help make amazing animal climbers!

Toad or Frog?
Not all frogs are toads, but all toads are frogs. Together, let’s learn how these two types of amphibians are both so similar, and yet also unique!

Sense of Taste!
Mouths, and tongues, and even feet! Let’s learn how some Michigan animals taste their food and why this sense is so important!

Invertebrates _                                                         

Insect Programs:

Insect Educators:
Hissing Cockroaches, Death Feigning Beetles, Mealworms/Darkling Beetles, Crickets

Available Themes:

The World From Below

What would it be like if we were the size of a bug? Get into the mind of our insect neighbors and explore the world from below!


Are you going to eat that?

Dig in to see what decomposers eat for dinner and why they are an important part of our animal community.


Spider Programs:
A
rachnid Educators: Honduran Curly Haired Tarantula

Available Themes:

Sense of Touch!
Soft or hard? Smooth or rough? Hot or cold? Learn how different animals use their sense of touch to explore the world, and practice using your own senses!

Bug, Insect, or Arachnid?

Does it have 6, 8, or 100 legs? How many body parts? What about wings? Join a KNC educator to learn more about identifying our bug friends!

Backyard Animals - PreK-Kindergarten

Backyard Animals
Grade: PreK-Kindergarten

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place
Learn about animal needs, animal homes, and the awe-inspiring adaptations that help them to thrive in our backyards! Each option in the series works great as a standalone program, but they can also work together to compliment and reinforce theme comprehension.
Topics: Animal needs, living and non-living, habitats, adaptations
@ KNC: $100, .75 hour indoor, live animal program

@ Your Place: $165, .75 hour indoor, live animal program

A Toad's Tale

From water to land, learn how this animal makes its way in the world as it changes form and habitat! Program ends with the opportunity to meet a live toad.

Bunnies and Burrows

Find out how a rabbit can call a schoolyard or backyard home! Program ends with the opportunity to meet a live rabbit.

Little Owl
Learn what adaptations these fierce, feathered creatures have to help them survive the dark of night! Program ends with the opportunity to meet a live owl.

Beetles, Bugs, & Butterflies - PreK-5th Grade

Beetles, Bugs, & Butterflies
Grade: PreK-5th Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Discover the awesome adaptations that allow insects to live in amazing and diverse habitats here and around the world. Learn to tell insects from their arthropod relatives, and transform your thinking about the complex life cycles of these six legged creatures! Program includes interaction with live insects, and the opportunity to meet a KNC Animal Ambassador insect or tarantula!

Topics: Animal classification, animal needs and life cycles, animal structures, characteristics of heredity, adaptations

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor, live animal program - includes a hike!

@ Your Place: $165, .75 hour indoor, live animal program

Custom Environmental/Outdoor Education Program - All Grades

Custom Environmental/Outdoor Education Program

Grade: All Grades

When:  Any time

Not finding exactly what you are looking for? Give us a call to design a custom program to meet your timeframe and educational needs!

Topics: Science Education, Physical Education & Outdoor Pursuits: (Archery, Hiking, Backpacking, Orienteering, Geocaching, Rappelling, Zip Line, Ropes Course, Snowshoeing, Biking), Social Emotional Development

Time & Price will vary.

Custom Field Lab - 6th-8th Grades, High School

Custom Field Lab

Grade: 6th-8th Grades, High School

When:  Anytime

Looking for a field experience to tie into your curriculum? Give us a call to develop a program that meets your needs!

Topics: Biotic and Abiotic Components, Spatial & Geographical Analysis, Data Collection Methods, Access to KNC Research Data

Time & Price will vary.

Dazzling Dinosaurs: Bones to Stones - PreK-Kindergarten

Dazzling Dinosaurs: Bones to Stones

Grade: PreK-Kindergarten

When:  Fall/Winter @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Past and present collide! Go on an imaginary archeological dig for fossils, time travel to a dinosaur habitat, and meet a live turtle to discover how scientists learn about extinct animals.

Topics: Living/non-living, fossils, reptile traits


@ KNC: $100, .75 hour indoor, live animal program

@ Your Place: $165, .75 hour indoor, live animal program

Farmyard Animals - PreK-5th Grade

Farmyard Animals
Grade: PreK-5th Grade 

When:  September-October, Mid-April-June 

Animals are the backbone of the farm! Whether for work or for food, animals are an important part of a healthy farm, so come meet some farm animals, learn about their roles, and discover how a farmer cares for them!   Add on a wagon ride at the farm for $25!

Topics: Animal needs, Characteristics of heredity, vertebrate characteristics

@ KNC: $100-115, 1-1.5 hour outdoor, live animal program

Field Lab: Aquatic Ecology - 6th-8th Grade

Field Lab: Aquatic Ecology

Grade: 6th-8th Grade

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC

Wade into the waters, search for their residents, and measure their chemistry.  Conduct an experiment to measure flow rate, and observe how a contaminant might drift. Choose to focus on either streams or wetlands in this science-focused exploration.

Topics: Great lakes communities, population changes, biotic and abiotic components, human impact

@ KNC: $125, 2 hour program

Field Lab: Great Migrations - 1st-8th Grade

Field Lab: Great Migrations

Grade: 1st-8th Grade

When:  September/October, April/May @ KNC

Study the adaptations of Michigan migratory species of birds, butterflies or bats. Learn field survey methods with KNC Biologists, map migration routes and get a KNC data set for use back in the classroom.  Activities and species vary by season.

Topics: animal needs and classification, individual variation and characteristics of heredity, migration, adaptation and natural selection, biodiversity

@ KNC: $125, 2 hour program

Field Lab: Terrestrial Ecology - 6th-8th Grade

Field Lab: Terrestrial Ecology

Grade: 6th-8th Grade

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC

Get out in the field and observe how plant and animal communities change over time. Choose to focus on Forest or Prairie succession as we collect data and form new ideas.

Topics: Great lakes communities, population changes, biotic and abiotic components, human impact, successional habitats.

@ KNC: $125, 2 hour program

Garden Explorations - 1st-5th Grade

Garden Explorations

Grade: 1st-5th Grade

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC

Get your hands dirty at DeLano Farms and learn how to grow the healthy plants we eat. Plant seeds, do an awesome relay and get active exploring the Learning Garden!  Add a wagon ride for $25.

Topics: Plant Characteristics, lifecycle, solar energy, weather conditions

@ KNC: $120, 1.75 hour outdoor program

Good Vibrations - 1st – 3rd Grade

Good Vibrations

Grade: 1st – 3rd Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Get in tune with some good vibrations using hands-on experiments and demonstrations! Take a journey into the human ear and learn about amazing animal adaptations with a visit from a master of sound.

Topics: Energy, Sound, Vibrations & Pitch, Animal Adaptations

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor, live animal program – includes a hike!

@ Your Place: $165, 1 hour indoor, live animal program

Green Plants Grow - PreK-Kindergarten

Green Plants Grow

Grade: PreK-Kindergarten

Help act out the tale of a tricky rabbit and a lazy bear as you learn about sprouting seeds, and help our puppet Black Eyed Susan discover the parts of a plant! After learning all about what plants need to grow, the program will end with the opportunity to meet a plant loving animal.  Add a wagon ride at the farm for $25.

Topics: Earth materials, Living and non-living, plant parts

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC or DeLano Farms, Anytime @ Your Place

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor, live animal program at Visitor Center or DeLano Farms – includes a guided hike!

@ Your Place: $165, .75 hour indoor, live animal program


Hatch and Grow - 1st-3rd Grade

Hatch and Grow

Grade: 1st-3rd Grade

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Dynamic costumes and activities introduce students to an array of animal life cycles! Observe live insects and amphibian life, learn how life cycle stages relate to body structures, and determine whether the young resemble their parents. It's transforming!

Topics: Animal life cycles, animal needs, characterisitics of heredity. adaptations

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor, live animal program – includes a guided hike!

@ Your Place: $165, 1 hour indoor, live animal program

Life on a Pioneer Farm - PreK-5th Grade

Life on a Pioneer Farm

Grade: PreK-5th

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC

Travel back in time to a historic 1850's homestead to learn how settlers used domesticated animals and natural resources to make a life. From cabin to farmhouse, help with seasonal chores, use 19th-century tools, and take part in living history!

Activities vary based on both season and grade level, but this program is broken down into four main seasonal themes: Fall Harvest (Sept-October), Preparing for Winter (November-December), Spring’s First Crop: Maple Sugaring (Feb-April), and Spring/Summer Farming (April-June).

Topics: Chronological thinking, family life in the past, historical narrative, use of environment, Natural Resources, Lifestyles over time, environmental impact, Culture, Michigan and US History

  @ KNC: $115-125, 1.75-2 hour indoor/outdoor program

Michigan's First People: Living Lightly with the Earth - 1st - 6th Grade

Michigan's First People: Living Lightly with the Earth

When:  October @ KNC

Step into the past and visit an indigenous 1700s camp. Get a glimpse of daily life and learn how a close connection with the environment provided for the family without a grocery store or pharmacy. Explore the camp from the wigwam to the garden, hear a traditional legend, help with the family chores, and play with traditional toys and games!

Topics: Traditional stories, use of environment, European contacts, impact on resources, earth materials, Lifestyles over time, environmental impact, Culture, Michigan and US History

@ KNC: $115-125, 1.5-2 hour outdoor program


Maple Sugaring: Sap to Syrup - All Grades

Maple Sugaring: Sap to Syrup

Grade: All

When:  March @ KNC

Hike to the sugar bush and learn how a maple forest helps us make liquid gold! Visit the sugar house, smell the sap boiling and taste real Michigan maple syrup. Activities vary based on age.

Topics: Plant needs, parts and lifecycle, solar energy & seasons, biotic/abiotic components, Michigan history and natural resources.

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor program – includes a guided hike!


Michigan’s Natural Resources - 2nd-4th Grade

Michigan’s Natural Resources

Grade: 2nd-4th Grade

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

From water and timber to rocks and minerals, discover some of Michigan’s most important natural resources. Learn where they come from and how we depend on them. The onsite program will help students explore how our landscape was formed long ago by glaciers, and what clues to our past we can find in the very rocks around us!

Topics: identification and human use of natural resources, renewable, non-renewable, earth materials, glaciers, geologic time, Michigan history

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor program - includes a guided hike!

@ Your Place: $165, 1 hour indoor program

Once Upon A Raptor - 1st-8th Grade

Once Upon A Raptor

Grade: 1st-8th Grade

When: Anytime @Your Place

 

Experience the living stories of four Michigan raptors in our Birds of Prey special. Our animal handlers and educators will take the audience into the minds and habits of four unique birds, and explore how their stories are not so separate from our own. This one hour program is appropriate for both classrooms and auditoriums.

Topics: animal needs, adaptations, habitats, human impact

@ KNC: $140, 1 hour indoor program, live animals program

@ Your Place: $190, 1 hour indoor classroom program, live animals program, auditorium pricing will vary

Plant Toss-Up - 1st-3rd Grade

Plant Toss-Up

Grade: 1st-3rd Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Explore the world of plants with a KNC Chef. Uncover the inner workings of plants while gathering all of the secret ingredients needed to toss up an edible creation!

Topics: plant needs, plant lifecycle, earth materials, photosynthesis

@ KNC: $100, 1 hour indoor program

@ Your Place: $165, 1 hour indoor program

Scales, Fur & Fluff - PreK-2nd Grade

Scales, Fur & Fluff

Grade: PreK-2nd Grade

When:  Winter @ KNC

Animals aren't just cute; they are great at surviving outside in all kinds of weather. Explore how animals adapt to seasonal changes and meet a survival expert. Activities will vary by season.

Topics: animal needs, adaptations, animal classes, survival

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor, live animal program - includes a guided hike!

Sense of Place Habitat Study - 1st – 6th Grade

Sense of Place Habitat Study

Grade: 1st – 6th Grade

When:  Anytime @ Your Place

Do you have a special place near your school that you would like to explore with your class? We will meet you at your woods, pond, or other habitat and explore it together. Custom designed to meet your time and needs; the possibilities are endless! Call us to make a plan!

Topics: Custom

@ Your Place: Time and price will vary.

Space Station Earth - 4th-5th Grade

Space Station Earth

Grade: 4th-5th Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Blast off into astronomy through hands-on activities.

Topics: Earth, sun and moon, orbit, movement, day/night, moon phases

@ KNC: $100, 1 hour indoor program

@ Your Place: $165, 1 hour indoor program

Super Seeds and Wild Flowers - 1st-3rd Grade

Super Seeds and Wild Flowers

Grade: 1st-3rd Grade

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC

We are on a search for colorful wildflowers, important pollinators and seed travelers! Dissect a flower to see what is behind amazing plant lifecycles! Activities vary based on season.

Topics: Animal and plant needs, lifecycle, plant characteristics, plant parts and importance of sunlight

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor program - includes a guided hike!

Tracing Connections - 6th-8th Grade

Tracing Connections

Grade: 6th-8th Grade

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC

 

Explore interactions between wild populations and learn how energy flows through natural communities with hands-on investigations. Great as a standalone program, Tracing Connections can also work as a great companion to our Wildlife Neighbors program, or can complement one of the field ecology labs (Aquatic Ecology, Great Migrations, or Terrestrial Ecology).

Topics: Food webs, energy sources, Great Lakes communities, ecological relationships, population changes, biotic and abiotic components

@ KNC: $125, 2 hour indoor/outdoor program

Water Wonderland - 1st-3rd Grade

Water Wonderland

Grade: 1st-3rd Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Enhance your experience of living in the Great Lakes State by investigating water and its properties, and participating in hands-on activities to explore the water cycle. Onsite groups can choose to focus more closely on groundwater or surface water field investigations in an outdoor session.

Topics: water sources, uses, properties, phases and movement, and bodies of water

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor program – includes a guided hike!

@ Your Place: $165, 1 hour indoor program

Weather Wise - PreK-3rd Grade

Weather Wise

Grade: PreK-3rd Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Take a look at the highs and lows of the weather! A KNC Weather Wizard will help you look on the bright side of any weather forecast.

Topics: sun, land, air, water, weather types, four seasons, severe weather and safety

@ KNC: $100, 1 hour indoor program

@ Your Place: $165, 1 hour indoor program

Who Eats Whom? - 1st-5th Grade

Who Eats Whom?

Grade: 1st-5th Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC or at DeLano Farms, Anytime @ Your Place

Build a food chain from the ground up and follow the flow of energy from producers to consumers and sunlight to soil. Get active, meet a live animal and discover who eats whom in the garden; forest; prairie or wetland!

Topics: Flow of energy, trophic levels, food chain components, Habitat characteristics, environmental changes, animal traits & survival

@ KNC: $115, 1.5 hour indoor/outdoor program – includes a guided hike!

@ Your Place: $165, 1 hour indoor program

Wildlife Neighbors - 1st-8th Grade

Wildlife Neighbors

Grade: 1st-8th Grade

When:  Fall/Spring @ KNC, Anytime @ Your Place

Animals are our neighbors in the Community of Life and they have important jobs to do! Meet some of our wild neighbors, learn the work they do that benefits our community, and learn about the adaptations that help them do their part. Call to discuss the availability of our animal educators (birds of prey, reptiles, amphibians, mammals and invertebrates) for your program.

Topics: Niches, adaptations, individual traits, habitats, communities

@ KNC: $140, 1 hour indoor/outdoor, live animals program

@ Your Place: $190, 1 hour indoor, live animals program

Zoology Game Show - 3rd-5th Grade

Zoology Game Show

Grade: 3rd-5th Grade

When:  Fall/Winter/Spring @ KNC

Test your observation skills while figuring out who is in the mystery box! Compare the variety of adaptations of vertebrates, and learn about scientific classification with hands on activities and a live animal encounter!

Topics: classification, adaptation, characteristics and functions of body parts, animal needs and life cycles

@ KNC: $100, 1 hour indoor, live animal program

Professional Development Workshops

Professional Development Workshops

When:  Anytime

Need to pep up your staff at your next in-service? Invite KNC to help bring your game to the next level! Call us to make a plan!

Topics: Custom-designed to meet your time and needs.

@ Your Place: Time and price will vary.


Programs by Grade:


Program PreK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 HS
A Sense of Nature








 Animal Encounters
 •  •                  
Backyard Animal Series









Beetles, Bugs & Butterflies



Custom Environmental/Outdoor Education Program
Custom Field Lab






Dazzling Dinosaurs: Bones to Stones








Farmyard Animals



Great Migrations


Natural Succession







Streams & Wetlands
                     
Michigan's First People: Living Lightly with the Earth      •  •  •  •  • •       
Garden Explorations










Good Vibrations










Green Plants Grow










Hatch and Grow










Life on a Pioneer Farm










Maple Sugaring: Sap to Syrup











Michigan's Natural Resources











 Once Upon a Raptor

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Plant Toss-Up











Scales, Fur, & Fluff











Sense of Place Habitat Study
                     
Space Station Earth
           •  •        
Super Seeds & Wild Flowers
                     
Water Wonderland
                     
Weather Wise
                     
Who Eats Whom?
                     
 Wildlife Connections
                 
   
Wildlife Neighbors
          
                
 Zoology Game Show
                        
 Professional Development Workshops
                     




     
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