Kids Conservation Club Workshop
Saturday, March 23, 2019, 10 a.m.-noon
Kids Conservation Club member event
The workshop is free to Kids Conservation Club members and one parent/guardian. KCC members must pre-register with Becky Luft by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 414-258-2333, ext. 201. Pre-register by March 13. Not a club member? Join online or call 414-258-2333.
Kids can become a member of the Kids Conservation Club and participate in the next workshop, “Awesome Amphibians.” Amphibians are vertebrate animals such as frogs, toads, salamanders, newts and caecilians. They’re coldblooded and use the environment to regulate their body temperature. “Amphibian” means “double life” in Greek. That’s because many amphibians begin life in the water, using gills to breathe. When they’re older, they develop lungs and can breathe on land. This is called metamorphosis. During the workshop Kids Conservation Club members will meet with a zookeeper who will talk about fun amphibian facts and how they are important to the environment. Classroom time will include crafts such as making your own toad abode, activities and snacks. The workshop is free to members of the Kids Conservation Club.