Learn about insects, snails and slugs—the fascinating little critters we often find in our gardens, parks and forests. What do they eat? Why are they important to us?
The workshop will start with a slide-talk and include a short guided night walk in the Singapore Botanic Gardens to look for bugs and slugs. Everyone will have a chance to look at some live and preserved museum specimens. The workshop includes an art and craft activity and the kids will be able to take their craft home.
Suitable for children in K1 – P6 Levels.
Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens, Botany Centre, Classroom 1 & 2 (Level 3)
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Fee: $50 per child (includes all materials and dinner)
For enquiry, please contact the SBG Education Branch at 6471 9961 or through email:email@example.com
“Celebrating Wildlife” Series: Bugs & Slugs (A Biodiversity Investigative Workshop)
Start date: 13/6/17 16:30
End date: 13/6/17 20:30