Here is a short list of some activities for all ages to enjoy at our

preserves, at home, or just about any patch of earth you can find:

1. Pocket Nature Journal Series: This print and fold nature series boasts a new topic each Friday in a take along form for print or your phone.  Additional activities are listed for each week's theme as well.  WFLT has partnered with local land trusts and conservation organizations to make this possible.  


2. Making a Nature Journal: Click HERE and HERE

3. 12 Nature Walk Activities

4.  Wander My Way Leigh Hayes, Master Naturalist, resident of

Bridgton, keeps a blog- a wonderful resource for learning about what

you can experience and learn about in your local woods.

5. Arts & Craft Activities From Camp Ketcha

6. Reading the Forested Landscape - In this 3-part film, you'll go into the woods with Tom Wessels,

New England ecologist, professor, and environmentalist as he covers many of the topics in detail, providing another opportunity for you to enhance your own "forest forensics" skills. 

7. Lunchtime Live - Every weekday at 12 pm EST join educators as they

highlight a different animal/topic live video

8. Spring Walk Bingo and Mud activity page from Mass Audubon

9. Phenology Activity Book (and answer key)

10. Mt. Washington Observatory, weather lessons 

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays at 11:15 AM

11. The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks - virtual tours of the

national parks

12. Brains On Podcast - science podcast for kids and curious adults from American Public Media

13. Smithsonian live animal cams! 

And for more ideas if you run through this list, you can find a wealth of

educational activities for all ages through the MEEA website linked below. 

 Maine Environmental Education Association - Resources for Families and Educators 

April Vacation Family Activities

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