Since 2009 the Quincy Bog Natural Area has sponsored a Junior Naturalist Program. Whether you are teacher, mentor, caregiver or parent, this program is a great way to experience the Bog and spend meaningful time outdoors with a young person or a classroom of children. The Junior Naturalist Activity Book is full of pictures, illustrations, interesting facts, and activities for kids of all ages. Recently revised, it continues to focus on the three main habitats at the Bog. Additions include a new watershed section, the role that wetlands play in watershed ecology, and new activities for grades K-8, like connecting children to nature using their senses.
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The program is straightforward and designed to accommodate a variety of ages. You can download the Activity Book here to take a look and print it out for use. The goal of the material is to foster awareness and understanding about Quincy Bog and to empower young folks to protect special places like the Quincy Bog Natural Area. You can download the Activity Book and get started right away if you want.
During July and August, stop by the Nature Center any day from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to get your copy of the Junior Naturalist Activity Book. Following the activities in the guide might be stretched out over a few visits or completed in a single visit. The program is flexible with different requirements for different ages.
Download your Junior Naturalist Activity Book: Activity Book