Outside of regular classroom curriculum activities, Children’s Campus of Greenville also offers additional programs for child development.
River Park North is a nature park located in Greenville, North Carolina. The park rangers visit Children’s Campus offering a variety of activities including hands-on interactions with animals, fossils, artifacts, etc.
Donna’s Animal Adventure gives children the opportunity to interact with exotic animals and reptiles. Donna educates the children on the animal’s unique characteristics and personalities. Donna quotes, “I love bringing my animals for hands-on experience for kids and adults alike”.
The museum offers science and History on wheels and visits Children’s Campus throughout the year. Interactive teachers visit the campus and bring a variety of material to conduct exciting workshops, assembly programs, and hands-on demonstrations.
Mad Science enhances Children’s Campus’s science curriculum by bringing in science experiments, inquiry-based workshops, professional lesson plans, unique equipment, and animated instructors. Mad Science in class field trips offer truly engaging learning experiences. Dozens of topics are available, and preschool programs can even design their own program aligned directly with classrooms needs.
This traveling theatre team visits Children’s Campus twice a year. The performance pulls stories from history, literature, and fantasy. The performances include music, laughter, and improvisation. Each year they pack up their props into a trunk and take their show on the road!
Each month, Amber, the librarian, visits each classroom to read stories to the children and foster a lifelong love of books. She reads stories based on seasonal themes, holidays, and a variety of topics.
The Pitt county bookmobile is a service provided by Pitt county and Sheppard memorial library to provide books and other library services to those who may not be able to travel to the library.