Come explore one of the largest wilderness areas in Washington, DC!
Living Classrooms offers educational programming for grades pre-K through 12th, Boy and Girl Scouts, and corporate groups. Participants are encouraged to get curious about nature and explore the variety of ecosystems using a hands-on approach. Each program builds a connection to nature and an applied understanding of STEM concepts.
Please note- these study areas can be customized to teach a connective theme, target specific age groups and classroom lesson plans.
Explore the diversity of habitats on Kingman and Heritage Islands or concentrate on one ecosystem.
-Anacostia River -Freshwater tidal wetlands -Forests -Meadows -seasonal pools
Paddle with our American Canoe Association Certified Staff on a tour of the Anacostia River and wetlands in Kingman Lake.
Help beautify and improve the ecology of Kingman and Heritage Islands by participating in one of the following programs: -Native Planting -Invasive Removal -Trash Cleanup
Become one with nature and foster team building by learning survival skills like:
-Fishing -Shelter Building
-Mollusk or Fish Dissection
-Water Quality Testing
For any questions regarding the Kingman and Heritage Islands Park, events educational programming, or volunteer opportunities, please contact Living Classrooms of the National Capital Region.
Living Classrooms Phone: (202) 488-0627 ext. 232