The Cornucopia of Fall

Visit Hawthorn Hollow this Fall for an extraordinary journey full of adventures and discoveries.  This program focuses on the different ways plants grow through life stages and survive to produce new offspring.

  • Students will make discoveries on seed dispersal strategies and the concept that fruit is a seed container.
  • Visitors will collect and classify seeds from a forest and a prairie.
  • We revisit Native American traditions and celebration of the Fall season while walking a real Indian trail and making a traditional folklore toy to bring home.
  • All students get hands-on learning experience making cider using a traditional apple press.

This is a 2-hour outdoor programs. Please be sure participants are dressed and prepared for outdoor activities.

Scheduling: We offer morning and afternoon sessions, Tuesday through Friday. Class size is limited to 10 – 30 students, and we can accommodate up to 60 students per session.
Grades: Tailored for grades K-5
Dates: October 4th – November 4th, 2015
Fee: $5 per student
Early Registration Discount: $4.50 per student before Oct. 15th 2016

WI Science Standards:  A-4.1, 4.5   B-4.1   C-4.1, 4.2, 4.4  E-4.3, 4.5, 4.6, 4.8   F-4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4   G-4.2, 4.3, 4.4

WI Social Studies Standards:  B-4.1, 4.3, 4.8

To book a field trip email Nancy at: Nancy@HawthornHollow.org
Or call: 262-552-8196

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Download the Cornucopia of Fall 2016 Flyer

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