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Moline, Illinois 61265
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. Advanced registration is appreciated but not required.
Cost: $5.00 per child Or $3.00 with a Nahant Marsh Membership.
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.