Get Outside! Outdoor Adventures Kids Club
Time & Location
About the Event
The Get Outside! Kids Club is an outdoor education program where you can learn about science and learn a bit of French as well while participating in hands-on learning activities! Come and safely meet other at home learners including e-school and homeschool learners!
On October 14th and October 21st we’ll learn all about water - what is a watershed and why is it important, the history of the McKell Wascana Conservation Park and this conservation easements impact as a pothole wetland, how it supports migration and bird habitat along with pond dipping!
WUQWATR will be joining us to teach us about the Wascana & Upper Qu'Appelle Watershed that covers 23,445 square kilometres and accounts for 20% of Saskatchewan's water source.
We'll also provide pond dipping supplies including buckets, nets and pond dipping identification guides. Along with volunteers to help you identify what you are finding!Please join Nature Regina, Nature Saskatchewan and SaskOutdoors presenting “Get Outside! Outdoor Adventures: Kids Club”.
Kids Club is geared towards children aged 6-12. An adult must attend with children. You must register ALL children attending (even if they are younger 6).
Information will be emailed to all registered participants the day before each event. This will include the starting point for your family group as we can only have a maximum of 30 people in one location at once to ensure COVID 19 safety.
Registration is limited and upon arrival all family groups will be rotatated between 6 stations to ensure adquate physical distancing and space.
When registering you must agree to the following: "I will follow the COVID 19 health and safety guidelines which include hand sanitizing as necessary, wearing a mask when a 6 foot distance cannot be maintained and practicing social distancing of 6 feet as much as possible. Masks and hand sanitizer will be provided by the event organizers. Please bring your own if you have them. We are hoping that a 6 feet distance can be maintained throughout the whole session so that masking will not be necessary."