Thank you for your interest in the Camden Children's Garden's Distance Learning programs.
TO REQUEST A DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM
Please complete the form below. Within 2 business days of your submission, you will receive a confirmation email either approving your requested date and time or suggesting an alternate date and time.
LESSON CORE STANDARD & BENCHMARK ALIGNMENT
Lesson options are listed in the form (below). State and national standard alignment information for each lesson is available below to the right of the program request form.
Cost is $60.00 for Grades K-2 (30-minute session), $75.00 for Grades 3-6 (45-minute session), $80.00 for Grades 7+ (45-minute sessions). You will receive an invoice attached to the confirmation email. Payment is due within 30 days of services rendered.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 856-365-8733.
Distance Learning Request Form
Please fill in the following information. Clicking "submit" at the bottom of the form will send your request to our Education Department. Thank you for your interest in our programs!
All of our lessons are aligned with NJ Core Standards and new Next Generation Science and Common Core Standards.
Hungry, Hungry Caterpillar: Trace the development of a butterfly from an egg to an adult. We will read and act out parts from Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”.
Busy World of Bees: 90% of commercially grown plants in the United States require pollination by bees. In this program we will explore the world of bees including: following their lifecycle, exploring the different types of bees, understanding the many jobs workers have in the hive and much more.
Are You My Mother? Explore a wide variety of seeds. Help sort seeds by color, size, and shape. Match a seed to the plant it produces.
Yummy Plant Parts: Did you know that a carrot is a root and a potato is a tuber? Learn what part of a plant your favorite vegetables come from.
Butterfly Habits: What makes a butterfly an insect? How do butterflies protect themselves? Learn about the interesting life cycle of butterflies and the ways evolution has helped them protect themselves from becoming someone else’s lunch.
Have Seed, Will Travel: Check out how and why seeds travel from their parents. Some plants hitchhike, while some blow in the wind. Can you guess which seeds float? For our on-site audience, plant a seed in an “eco-pot”, and then take it home.
The Buzz about Bees: 90% of commercially grown plants in the United States require pollination by bees. In this program we will explore the world of bees including: following their lifecycle, exploring the different types of bees, understanding the many jobs workers have in the hive and much more.
Germination: Have you ever looked inside a seed? Compare and contrast different types of seeds by their structure, and learn the function of each part. Explore the plant life cycle.
Bouquet for Butterflies: Why are some flowers very special for butterflies while other flowers have very few visitors? Take a closer look at pollination and which critter pollinates what flower. Some flowers have different shapes to welcome some pollinators while shutting out the competition.
Photosynthesis: Discover the source of life on the planet and learn how trees can transform this vital energy from the sun into food. What parts of a tree play a role in doing this?
A Leaf of a Different Color: Why do leaves change color in the fall? Follow a leaf from beneath the bud in winter to a mulch pile the following fall.
Birds of a Feather: Birds come in all shapes and sizes. Learn how different species of birds have evolved to survive in the environments in which they are found.
Carnivorous Plants: Did you know that some plants eat insects? Learn where these plants live and why they need the extra nutrition.
Chocolate and Vanilla: Ever wonder where these fabulous flavors come from? Explore the intriguing food web and the processes that bring two of the most delectable food products to our homes.
Tropical Rainforests: Discover the wonders of the tropical rainforests. Learn why they are so important to all our lives.
WETlands: Explore the wetlands around the Delaware River through story and pictures. Discuss the many reasons wetlands are important.
Where’s the Water?: Have you ever wondered where the snow goes when it melts from the top of a mountain in the spring? Follow a water molecule on an interesting journey that can last the life span of the Earth.