Elementary (K4 – 5th Grade)

We are your exciting, experiential learning, go-to resource for helping students connect with science and nature.

Each year, we educate over 27,000 school children from the metropolitan Milwaukee area. Classes are correlated to Next Generation Science Standards and meet the needs of teachers’ curricula.

Regarding our program, a visiting teacher said it best:

“The program matched wonderfully to our curriculum. The things we talked about inside and the experiences outside helped to reinforce all that we have been learning at school. It was great that the students could participate – with all the hands-on materials and activities they learned so much! They all want to return with their parents.”

~Fair Park Elementary

Serving Kindergarten through Eighth Grade

We offer over 75 environmental learning classes to elementary students. Our programs span a variety of unique topics including:

  • Birds of Prey
  • Environmental Math
  • Pond Life & Exploration
  • Maple Sugaring
  • The Great Lakes
  • Insects
  • Reptiles & Amphibians

View brochures with a full course listing and descriptions

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(K4 – 5th Grade)
Middle School Programs
(6th – 8th Grade)
High School
(9th – 12th Grades)


For questions about our registration process please read our Registration Instructions. To register online for a class, please complete the registration form and your registration will be submitted to our Registrar. If you have questions regarding our programs or the registration process, please contact the Registrar at 414.352.2880 x224.

Can’t come to us? We’ll come to your school!

In addition to our on-site classes, we also bring natural science education to your school. We will work with you to deliver a one-time class or partner with you throughout the school year to augment your curriculum.

We are actively seeking yearly partnerships with teachers and schools. Please contact School Programs Manager, Jessy Knox, so that we may customize a program to meet your needs.