Pamplin Media Group – Clackamas Community College aims to get kids outside

The Environmental Learning Center’s Spring into Nature kits are designed to encourage kids to explore

Clackamas Community College equips young outdoor enthusiasts with activities to help kickstart the new season and inspire curiosity about the world around them. This spring, the college’s Environmental Learning Center is offering new Explorer Kits.

Spring into Nature Explorer Kits is all about the magic of spring – spotting baby wildlife, sprouting seeds, opening buds and hearing the birds chirp. The kit comes with convenient home delivery and includes all the supplies budding naturalists need to learn, create and play – just in time for spring break.

Kit includes:

• Easy-to-follow instructions

• Materials for making a nature-themed craft

• Nature journal page with fun facts

• A picture book about spring

• Activities to keep the kids exploring throughout the week

• The Spring to Nature Kit is a larger package than previous ELC kits and is designed for children aged 4-9 years. The kit is available for pre-order and will ship on March 17th. The cost is $50 but scholarships are available.

Kits can be purchased at bit.ly/ELC-kit. For more information, contact Jill Sorber at This email address is being protected from spam bots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To learn more about K-12 programs at ELC, visit clackamas.edu/kids.


You count on us to keep you posted and we count on you to fund our efforts. Quality local journalism costs time and money. Please help us secure the future of community journalism.

About Stephanie McGehee

Check Also

The Friday Flyer | Cancer in our community fair tomorrow

Cancer in our community fair tomorrow Community members and their friends and families are expected …