Children aged 3-5 years are invited to come, with an adult, to play and learn at Idaho Botanical Garden’s Seedlings program.
During this program children will listen to a story, go on a nature walk and make a craft related to that day’s theme. The program starts at 10 a.m. and lasts for one hour.
Each child should come with an adult who will help during the activities. There is limited space, so please register in advance.
Seedlings 2017 Schedule
June 7th – The Giving Tree
Explore the Garden and learn about the many things
plants give us, from shade to food to toilet paper.
June 21st – Butterflies
See the Garden through the eyes of a butterfly, and
learn about the life cycles and habitats of these
fabulous flying insects.
July 5th – Ooey-Gooey
Slugs and worms and slimy things, oh my!
Learn about the amazingness of all things
ooey-gooey at the Garden.
July 19th – Who Eats What
Is your stomach growling? How would you like
to feast on flies with a frog or munch some lunch
with a marmot? Come out to the Garden and find
out who is eating what.
August 2nd – Desert Survival
Want some hot tips on how to live in the dry desert?
Visit the Garden and explore the desert survival
strategies of lizards, cacti, and more!
August 16th – Nature Signs
In the city there are signs that tell us all kinds of
things, like when to stop and when to go. In nature
there are signs, too, if you know how to read them.
Uh-oh, don’t eat that bee!
Registration open in April.
To sign-up, contact the Garden, 275-8612 or register online. Let us know the child’s name, the adult’s name, a phone number we may call if there is a problem, and which time and date you would like. If registering online, enter the child’s name as the registrant and your name in the billing information.
Admission: Regular Garden admission plus $2 per child.
- Member adult/child pair: $2
- Senior Non-member/child pair: $7
- Adult Non-member/child pair: $9