Toddler Tuesday Themes Sneak Peak


It has been a peaceful and rejuvenating break.  I hope you feel the same.  The Toddler Tuesday weekly themes are planned through June.  Here are the themes for January.  We hope to see you here.

January 8th, 2013: Armadillo, The  Dirt Digging Dynamo

Has anyone seen a turtle- rabbit before?  Well, this is as close as you will get to seeing one.  We’ll investigate these little armored ones and find out why we dig them so much.

January 15th, 2013:  Toddler Tuesday’s Turtle Time

 We’ll discover these prehistoric shelled creatures of water and land; so get out of your shell and head on over to Oatland’s Toddler Tuesday for this day.

January 22nd, 2013:  Let’s Get it Right!  Georgia’s Right Whales

It is no fluke that we are studying whales this time of year! They are living off the Georgia coast right now!  These beautiful beasts give birth and raise their calves just off of Georgia, South Carolina and northern Florida’s coast each winter.  We’ll celebrate their life cycle TT style.

January 29th, 2013:  Alligator

It’s an all-included Alligator gathering!  The alligator is my friend.  He can be yours too…if you join me for Toddler Tuesday on this day.   



About Joy O' Nature

I am a naturalist on the education staff here at Oatland Island Wildlife Center. I earned a B.S. in Terrestrial Ecology with a minor in Wildlife Biology from the University of Vermont. I recently received my MPH in Environmental Health from the University of Arizona. I have been a classroom science and environmental educator; instructing all ages from preschool to college, for most of my educated life.

3 responses »

  1. What time is this and what is the age range. I wouldn’t want to bring my 4 year old if it is geared for much younger children.

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