How do rainforest trees get so tall? How slowly does a sloth move? Are there people living in the Amazon Rainforest? At “e” inc.’s Winter in the Rainforest Camp, kids will take on the role of “Rainforest Explorer” to answer these questions and more, all the while discovering what makes rainforests such special and unique ecosystems. With hands-on explorations, science experiments, art extravaganzas and seeing live specimens, there is something for everyone at the “e” inc. rainforest! The program is open to youth ages 6-12 and runs daily from 9:00am-4:00pm. Optional early drop off and extended day available. For more information and registration forms, please visit http://www.einc-action.org/febcamp.html or email email@example.com.
We are also looking for Volunteers to assist with the Camp. If you are interested in volunteering please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: Feb 16th-19th; 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM; Early Drop-off Option 8:30am; Extended Day option 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
Ages: 6-12 years old
Early Drop Off Cost: $5/day
Extended Day Cost: $10/day
Participants must bring their own bag lunch; “e” inc. will provide healthy snacks
“e” inc. Discovery & Action Center
114 16th Street
Charlestown Navy Yard
“e” inc. – the environment science learning and action center is a community-based non-profit whose mission is to create scientifically confident environmental citizens committed to understanding and protecting the Earth. “e” inc. brings its in-depth science investigation programs to low-income communities throughout Greater Boston and has succeeded in capturing the interest of children who face academic, social, and economic challenges. Our programs engage young people in hands-on science and, as their understanding grows, helps them build skills to make a difference. It is this particular coupling of academics with community involvement that helps our children make not just academic gains but social growth, as well.