Breath of Life: A Tree Story
|Bookable Type(s)||Half Day Field Study Full Day Field Study|
|Location||nearby greenspace or park|
|Contact This Presenterfirstname.lastname@example.org / 250-226-6757|
About the Program
Attune to the life of trees in an exploration into the special life of these gentle giants and how important they are to us. We will learn about the life cycles of trees and students will adopt a tree and explore the special connection we have with them.
This is a field trip and bussing will be necessary if there is not a local habitat to explore. We would be taking the class to a forest nearby.
About the Community Educator
Shannon Bennett has a BSc in Earth Sciences and I has been working in environmental education since the early 80's as a Park Naturalist in Alberta and BC Parks. She loves to inspire, engage, connect, and motivate students to discover and explore their wild local bioregions, to develop curiosity, knowledge, awareness and appreciation of where they live.
"Shanoon is very patient with students and enjoys engaging and playing learning games with them." - Teresa Berno
"Shanoon is a very knowledgeable presenter, and included many games and activities to engage young students (such as searching and finding, tag games etc). " - Charlotte Soles
"A great day of learning. Shanoon is a wealth of information and kept a wide range of students engaged. Many thanks. " - Catherine Locke