Audubon Adventure Homeschool Classes
Audubon Adventure Homeschool Classes at Trinity River Audubon Center provide an opportunity for homeschoolers to bond with similar aged friends, explore the Great Trinity Forest and Blackland Prairie with experienced naturalist educators, and participate in important conservation projects. Each class focuses on a different topic; students will spend a portion of the class learning about the topic in the classroom and then head outside to put their learning into practice.
Classes are for homeschoolers ages 8-12 years old (parents and younger/older siblings may wish to participate in family programming available at the same time).
Time & Seasonality
Classes run from 9am-noon on select Mondays throughout the year.
Sign up for a single class or the series!
Dates and Topics
January 23: Forest Ecology: May the Forest Be With You
January 30: The Fungus Among Us: Nature’s Decomposers
February 6: Look Out the Window: Weather & Climate
February 13: Think Outside the Sink: Water Quality & The Trinity River
February 27: Beneficial Bugs
March 20: Wetlands Wonders
March 27: On the Wing: Bird Beaks and Adaptations
April 3: Wings a Flutter: Butterflies and Moths
April 10: One Square Foot: Insects and Soil
April 17: Slither and Slime: Reptiles and Amphibians
May 1: Prairie Plant Anatomy
May 8: How is Everything Connected? A Closer look at Food Chains and Webs
May 15: Stand for the Trees!
May 22: Scat, Skin and Skulls of Mammals
What to Bring
Dress to conditions, Sunscreen and Insect Repellant as needed
$30 per student per class
Members receive a 10% discount, please call or check your email for your discount code.
For more information or if you have additional questions, please contact Chris Johnson, Senior Education Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-309-5815.