Enrich Your Curriculum
All Trips Aligned with NY State Core Standards Including a Pre-Trip Classroom Visit & Field Experience
Each of our trips include:
- Environmental education programs specifically designed to support and enhance the NY State science curriculums.
- Pre-trip in-class visits that ensure the children are ready to learn from the moment they step off the bus at the outdoor site.
- Trained Environmental Educators to lead the trip and emphasize explorations, hands-on activities and inquiry-based learning methods.
- Focus on ecology concepts in coordination with NYS curriculum objectives and standards and National Science Education Standards.
- Explorations and hands-on activities relating to ecological concepts.
- Content geared specifically to the grade level of each visiting class.
Three Unique Sites
Entrance at 687 Weaver Street
This trip focuses on the Larchmont Reservoir – James G. Johnson, Jr. Conservancy area which includes Sheldrake Lake, Goodliffe Pond, a meadow, a river and woodland paths.
Entrance on Rockland Avenue
This 23-acre conservation area features forest trails with towering trees, the Sheldrake River, wooden boardwalks over swampland, vernal pools and wetland areas.
Entrance at the foot of Beach Avenue in Larchmont Manor
A beautiful stretch of Long Island Sound shoreline nestled at the edge of Manor Park, where a rich ecosystem includes an abundance of life in its intertidal zones and tidal pools. Barnacles, crabs, snails, and mussels abound, as well as a variety of shorebirds, ducks, geese and swans.
Pricing & scheduling
School programs are offered throughout the school year, are 1 to 1.5 hours in length, Monday through Friday, with classes beginning at 9:30 a.m. The fee for our programs is $225 and up for field trip and pre-trip visit. Please inquire about volume discounts.
For more information and to book your date, please contact Jennifer Keefe at 914-834-1443 or at email@example.com.