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"Love Your Mother" Bingo

"Love Your Mother" Bingo

By Madison O'Shea
May 15, 2020

May 15, 2020 - May 22nd, 2020

Join us for a game of "Love Your Mother" bingo! We've created a virtual bingo game that you can participate in over the next week by completing a variety of outdoor, hands-on and on-line activities all while social distancing.

How to Play:

1. Download the bingo card attached below to choose the activities you would like to participate in to complete a row or column of five. You may go diagonally and participate in as many activities as you would like!

2. Take photos as you engage in the activities.

3. Visit the following link to fill in a bingo card webform: https://www.natureupnorth.org/form/bingo-spring-2020

4. Check off the tasks you completed on the webform and attach your photos.     

Those who get bingo will win Nature Up North merchandise. Good luck and happy Earth Month!

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By Madison O'Shea
Canton NY

Madison is the Nature Up North Project Manager and a 2019 graduate of St. Lawrence University, where she studied Biology and Education. As an undergrad, she worked with Nature Up North to create Monitor My Maple lesson plans and curriculum and MOW the Grasse teacher resources to provide students with opportunities to connect the topics they learn inside the classroom with nature in their own backyard. Growing up in the North Country, she and her family went camping every summer in the Adirondacks where she enjoyed hiking and sitting by the campfire. In her free time, Madison enjoys singing in University Chorus and reading books of all genres. Her interest in environmental education began after her semester of student teaching high school biology where she found that students are immensely curious about the natural world around them and enjoy partaking in citizen science. Madison is excited for the opportunity to connect her passion for education and nature with her love for the North Country community.