Attend a one-hour camp on plants, bugs and more with a curious preschooler in your life. Each session includes stories, songs, interactive lessons and a healthy snack. Adult accompaniment is required for each of these programs. To learn more, please call 412/441-4442, ext. 3925.

AGES 2 – 4
MONDAYS, 9:30 – 10:30 A.M. OR 11 A.M. – NOON
Single Class: $15 MEMBERS  |  $20 NONMEMBERS PER SESSION 
Full Series: $85 MEMBERS | $120 NONMEMBERS PER PERSON 
Center for Sustainable Landscapes Classroom

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Little Sprouts: Winter Programs

Little Sprouts Winter Camps Full Series

Purchase the full series of Little Sprouts Winter Camps to experience all the fun!

Little Sprouts: Winter Programs

Winter Water

Mon., Jan. 20 

Learn about ice and snow — from a glass of water that keeps us healthy to snow banks that melt into our streams. Try experimenting with ice, too! 

Little Sprouts: Winter Programs

Wintering Hives

Mon., Jan. 27 

Learn about what bugs and insects do in the winter when it is cold outside and their important roles in our ecosystem. 

Little Sprouts: Winter Programs

Shapes of Winter

Mon., Feb. 3 

Winter is full of nature's geometry. Learn about all of the different shapes we see in nature — from circles to fractals!  

Little Sprouts: Winter Programs

Digging Wintery Dirt

Mon., Feb. 10 

Soil is full of dark leaves, smooth clay and even a few colorful rocks. Learn about the beautiful colors of winter soil. 

Little Sprouts: Winter Programs

Sleepy Winter Forest

Mon., Feb. 17 

Learn about the changes in an icy forest and dissect plants and twigs! 

Little Sprouts: Winter Programs

Wake Up, Pond!

Mon., Feb. 24 

Many creatures make their homes in water. Discover how aquatic plants and animals adapt to the chills of winter and prepare for the rush of spring. 

Little Sprouts: Winter Programs

Bud Burst

Mon., March 2 

Spring is just around the corner. Explore the outdoors by taking a closer look at the buds and blooms that will soon share our world.   

Photos © Cory Doman, Paul g. Wiegman and Phipps staff