Audubon offers a wide range of environmental education programs in afterschool settings. Experienced Audubon educators can bring nature discovery, science, live animals, and tons of fun to your location. Learn about our offerings, below — or click here to download a PDF copy of our Afterschool Programming guide. Click here for online registration.
Interactive Science Programs
Audubon’s one-hour science investigations are interactive, hands-on programs featuring life science topics. These programs may correlate with themes that students study in science class, but the activities are modified to engage 20 to 30 students in an afterschool setting. Many of these programs include a live animal presentation.
- Fee: $160 per one-hour program.
- For afterschool settings serving a range of ages, we recommend offering two programs to ensure developmentally age-appropriate activities: Grades K–2 and Grades 3–5.
- For questions or concerns, please contact Michelle Solis, Program Registrar at email@example.com or 401-245-7500 x3014.
8 Wild Themes Available!
- Life Cycles
- Who's Eating Who
- Sensory Safari
- All About Birds
- Birds of Prey
- Nature Games
- Wonders of Water
Audubon Explorers: A Multi-week Afterschool Series
Audubon educators lead outdoor explorations in a schoolyard or local park near your location. Students discover first-hand the animals and plants found in their neighborhood. Offered on a limited basis in fall and spring only.
Stormwater Innovation Center
Roger Williams Park is home to the Stormwater Innovation Center. The Center has been developed by the Audubon Society of Rhode Island and its partners! Learn more about the nature-based solutions we are using to learn about and protect urban water quality.