In this lesson, you will use physical items to introduce students to the skill of categorizing, while also introducing them to what a noun is.
In this lesson, students will help teach younger students about a few common wildlife species by using standard computer software to write a children’s book equipped with animal sounds.
In this lesson, students will discover what it takes to write an effective press release.
Students will read biographical text highlighting important locations in Leopold’s development.
This lesson reinforces the idea that scientists often have to think creatively and “outside the box” when carrying out their experiments.
Students will read and analyze a newspaper article about wildlife research tracking the migration of red deer between Germany and the Czech Republic.
In this lesson, students will select and study a common mammal found in Arizona in order to “give a voice” to the animal.
Man and Wildlife in Arizona provides insight into the abundance and distribution of wildlife in Arizona prior to the arrival of settlers. In this activity, teachers are given resources to help students comprehend the reading in a meaningful way.
In this activity, students will study passages from historic journals to draw conclusions about wildlife species and populations prior to Arizona’s settlement.
The Akimel O’Odham (Pima) are a group of American Indians that have a rich tradition of storytelling, with folktales describing floods, butterflies and more.