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Storybook Walk in the Fells

Storybook Walk in the Fells

We are delighted to announce our second collaboration with the DCR, Medford Family Network, North Suburban Child and Family Resource Network, and Mass in Motion to offer a Storybook Walk in the Middlesex Fells Reservation!

Title pageThis self-led walk through the Fells will be available from October 11-19th and will feature the book, “Why Do Leaves Change Color?” by Betsy Maestro and Loretta Krupinski. Find pages of the book posted along the trail to learn why leaves turn color in the fall, and challenge the little ones to find leaves of different shapes and colors along the way! The walk will begin at Greenwood Park, in Stoneham (across from the Stone Zoo), and will continue along the Crystal Springs Trail in an easy, 1/3-mile loop.

This is the perfect opportunity to foster your child’s connection with nature as well as their literacy skills.  We hope to see you out there next week, enjoying this beautiful fall weather!

The StoryWalk™ Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg Hubbard Library.

 

Sarah Maisonneuve

Sarah Maisonneuve

Sarah is the Youth Program Director for Friends of the Fells. She holds a BSc in Biology and is currently finishing her PhD in Ecology. Sarah has extensive experience developing and coordinating outreach programs, and she is passionate about connecting children with nature.
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