The fourth graders will be going to Monte Toyon from March 3-6, 2020. They will learn about outdoor education in a setting which cannot be duplicated anywhere. The class will go to the Forest of Nisene Marks and learn about the ecosystem of the redwood forest. The students will also have the opportunity to search tidepools along the coast at the Natural Bridges State Beach.  In addition, there will be plenty of hiking and learning, including a night hike, at the facility as well. It will be a great week of learning and fun!


A map of the camp!


 

Use this page of the website to preview topics about which we will learn during our week of environmental education!

 


Banana Slug!

 

 

Visit Monte Toyon Online




Redwood Forest Links~

   

 

Redwood Facts

Redwood Photos

Coastal Redwoods

The Redwood Forest

About Coast Redwoods

Three Types of Redwoods

The Forest of Nisene Marks

Save the Redwoods League

Ecology of the Coast Redwood

See the Redwood Photo Gallery

Coast Redwoods Grove of Titans

Redwoods-the tallest trees in the world

11 Facts about Redwoods from Treehugger

Ten Amazing Facts about Coast Redwoods

Coast Redwoods from the National Park Service

Very Detailed information about Coast Redwoods





 

 

 

 Let's Go Tidepooling!


 


 
Why Tides?


Tide Pool Life

The Intertidal Zone

What is a Tide Pool?

Life in a Tide Pool-a video

Natural Bridges State Beach

Adaptations for Tide Pool Life

Treasures of California Tide Pools

Which Animals Live in Which Zone?

Online Tide Pool "Packet"-Great Site!

Pictures of Common Tide Pool Animals

Search "tide pool" at Monterey Bay Aquarium

Learn How to be Safe in the Tide Pools-Important!

 


 

     

Can you identify these tide pool critters?

 

 

Fun Stuff to Check Out~

Night Hiking Tips

Amazing Animal Senses

Learn How Waves Work

Animal and Nature Games

Whale Migration Online Game

Nature Puzzles to Solve Online

Online Environmental Education

What is the Pacific Gyre? -Serious topic