Tree Frog Treks is a hands on science enrichment program for students in K-5th grade that engages kids through science experiments, art projects, games and interactions with our live animal ambassadors (reptiles, amphibians and insects). Winter/Spring 2015: How Things Work "Did you ever wonder how airplanes fly? How the heart pumps blood around the body? How we can speak across hundreds of miles on cell phones? What about computers… how do they store so much information? If you are the kind of tinkering, curious frog that asks your parents why, why, why, then this semester of fun hands-on science is for you! We’ll look to the future of renewable resources to learn about alternative fuels, as well as cool clean energy sources for power like the sun, water and air. While we observe our animal ambassadors like Savannah the Monitor Lizard, Julie the Burmese python, and Ivan the Sulcata Tortoise, we will learn how scientists look to nature to help create new inventions and how machines we use today mimic the natural world. So put on your hard hats and come join Tree Frog Treks to discover How Things Work!” There will be no class on 2/25 or 4/1.