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Use these links to explore educational resources for teaching at home.
World Wildlife Teaching Resources- "Choose from a variety of toolkits featuring information guides and activities about some of WWF’s priority species and conservation goals. These subject-integrated lessons are perfect for school, home, or any learning environment and will leave kids with an understanding of how their actions help shape the future of nature."
National Wildlife Federation Teaching Resources- "The lesson plans presented here are a sampling from the National Wildlife Federation's collection of more than 1,000 lesson plans designed to introduce students to life science, ecology, wildlife biology, scientific identification, and observation. All lesson plans are aligned to the National Science Education Standards."
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Teaching Resources - A treasure trove of resources for light lessons as well as bigger picture lessons from the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service. All resources, lesson plans and student activity guides are FREE to download.
Bird Note- Shows about birds, the environment and more. Arranged by grade level.
Smore- Free Digital Events with Author Heather L. Montgomery
Monterey Bay Aquarium- Guided activities for parents, caregivers and educators to support children’s learning at home.
Wyoming Outdoor Council - Live from the Field - The Wyoming Outdoor Council is sharing a new series of online events geared toward students of all ages (adults are welcome, too)! The events are live, and roughly 60-90 minutes in length. These events are posted on their Facebook with links to register for these distance learning opportunities. These events let you learn firsthand about Wyoming-specific lessons on some of the key wildlife, public lands, and environmental topics in the state.
Wolf Ridge Online Lesson Plans - As learning moves online for schools and families, Wolf Ridge is excited to provide standards-based lessons for learners of all ages. Students explore Wolf Ridge and their own backyards – experiencing nature from a variety of perspectives including – science, history, culture, art, and literature.
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