Teacher Resources

Science Camps

WOLF School: Web of Life Field School is a residential outdoor school that offers teachers and their students Outdoor Science School (Science Camp!), Living History, and Group Building programs in the redwoods and on the trail. Exciting hands-on learning and living in a beautiful outdoor classroom. We provide standards-based curriculum and great staff for outdoor discovery, fun activities, campfire, curriculum and teacher support. View www.wolfschool.org or call 831-684-0148 for more information or to reserve a week.

Outdoor Science School through the County of Santa Cruz www.santacruz.k12.ca.us/student_services/learning_in_redwoods.html

Camp Koinonia  722-1472, Corralitos

 

History Camps

Living History Program at Civil War-era Camp Reynolds on Angel Island in Marin County. This camp reenacts the Union soldiers, who were stationed on Angel Island to guard against Confederate infiltration of of the Golden Gate in 1864. Skills offered for practice are: Morse Code, compass orienteering, marching in formation, baking fresh bread, cooking stew on wood-burning stoves. The LHP program offers a personal experience of living in the past and has a profound effect on the student’s interest in history. Classes leave Angel Island with a greater understanding and connection to history. For further information contact:  Teri Pope, Interpreter, Angel Island State Park LHP Coordinator: (415) 435-1915 or aielp@parks.ca.gov
http://angelisland.org/history/angel-island-state-park-living-history-program/