Why go to the store and buy pre-made Valentines that everyone will have for this year’s February 14 classroom party?
Instead, download our free animal ambassador Valentines, print them on cardstock at home, cut them out and you have unique Valentines for the whole class.
There’s even a special place to attach a piece of candy for each student.
We love the animal ambassadors at the Dickinson County Nature Center! Here are some reasons why: 1. Pinki’s irridescent hair Pink is the perfect color for Valentine’s Day, so Pinki the tarantula fits right in. She has irridescent pink hairs that were the reason her species was named Chilean rose-haired tarantula. Those hairs are more…Read More
The kids need Valentine’s Day cards for their class parties, and you don’t want to spend any more money on the holiday so what do you do? Download our free Valentine’s Day cards at home! You can find the 2018 design here or click on the photo below to download the 2019 designs. Just remember…Read More
From microscopic egg to tiny larva to chubby caterpillar to gold-flecked chrysalis to adult monarch butterfly — the majestic monarch’s life cycle is something to behold, especially up close. In honor of part of that amazing metamorphosis, try out this fun caterpillar craft that shows just how much you love pollinators too. (Read about incomplete…Read More
Have you ever wanted to experience the world through the eyes of an insect? Imagine the viewpoint looking up through the grass, seeing the expansive world that exists right on the surface of the earth. Well, I can’t offer you that view, but I can help you turn yourself into a bug — at least…Read More