Audubon Adventures helps 3rd through 5th graders form positive attitudes about nature and supports teachers with
instructional content aligned with national standards for Social Studies (with an emphasis on Civics), Science, and Language Arts.
Each Audubon Adventures provides all of this in a convenient classroom resource kit :
- Four sets of student newsmagazines and a 48-page teacher’s manual with background information and hands-on activities for inside and outside the classroom.
- Backyard Birds of Eastern and Western North America posters
- Audubon Guide to a Healthy Schoolyard guidelines
- Nature Journaling for Everyone. This guide for adults working with groups of kids provides helpful information, advice, and techniques, to help kids create personal nature journals.
- Student assessment questions and answers that evaluate students' language arts and science skills
- Detailed charts showing how using Audubon Adventures materials meets national and state learning standards
- Access to Audubon Adventures Handbook for After-school and other informal group settings.
- Access to Audubon Adventures’ online store, stocked with amazing educational products
- Invitation to participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count in February 2011
- Gift of Audubon membership in the teacher's name
Using Audubon Adventures classroom materials is a wonderful way to engage teachers and students, in classrooms, at Audubon Centers, or other youth group settings, in Audubon’s mission.
An all new Audubon Adventures kit will be available in September 2010. The title of this new kit is “Wildlife on the Move . ”
Wildlife on the Move
Wildlife on the Move is a n exploration of the amazing journeys and fascinating life cycles of migrating animals.
- Migratory birds of the Americas;
- Monarch butterfly and dragonfly migration;
- Whales and sea turtles;
- Action for Planet Earth focusing on ways that young people can make valuable contributions to conservation in their community.
BONUS: Pennies for the Planet, an educational fundraising project from TogetherGreen that focuses on protecting habitats for migrating animals.