Toddler Tales is a great way to introduce young children, ages 3-5 years old, to the wonders of the outdoors! Each second Tuesday of each month, beginning in March and running through October, Nahant Marsh educators will lead a nature-themed story, craft, and outdoor adventure.
There are two sessions available for your convenience, one from 10-11 a.m. and one from 2-3 p.m. Children should be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.
Cost: $5.00 per child Or $3.00 with a Nahant Marsh Membership.
Register online or by calling 563-336-3370.
March 13 – Native American Stories: Many Native American stories teach important lessons. We will read a Native American story and learn about their culture.
April 10 – Mud: April showers bring MUD! We will read about mud and learn about all things muddy!
May 8 – Animal Homes: Animals make their homes in many different places. Come learn about some of these animals and explore their homes at Nahant.
June 12 – Move: Animals move in many different ways. They can leap, swing, dance, and slide. Come learn about the different ways that animals move!
July 10 – Life in the Marsh: There are so many creatures found in the marsh! We are going to read a story and see what we can find living in the marsh.
August 14 – Observing Nature: We will learn about some amazing things found in nature and see what we can observe at Nahant.
September 11 – Jumping Bugs: Crickets are jumping bugs that are known for the chirping noises males make with their wings. We will read about crickets and then go look for jumping insects!
October 9 – Bats: Bats may seem scary, but they are the only mammals to fly and use echolocation to find their way in the dark! Come learn about these unique and amazing animals.
**Activities and locations may change due to weather, flooding and other unforeseen events.
To register for sessions, click here or call 563.336.3370
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