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Nature Projects ~
Teacher Resources ~
- NatureWatch website are excellent resources developed on the subjects of wildlife, fish, and wildflower viewing, nature-tourism, and environmental education/interpretation.
- Learning Landscapes page provides valuable links for teachers, students, tourists, and volunteers. It presents educational and enrichment opportunities associated with the 258 million acres of public lands that BLM manages. The BLM’s "Take It Outside" program promotes and supports outdoor activities and experiences, including wildlife viewing, for children on the public lands.
- Become a Junior Ranger at most Arizona State Parks! Curriculums for teachers are available and many of the State Parks have programming for children. At the park, ask for a full Junior Ranger booklet at the Visitor Center, Ranger Station or office.
- National Interpretation and Education website provides many links to a vast assortment of information and activities.
- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Students' and Educators' pages include links to curriculum resources and activities, as well as community service projects.
- Focus Wild Arizona is the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s award-winning environmental education program. This program promotes not only a sense of awareness and stewardship of the world around us, but also uses the environment as a context for learning science, social studies, math and language arts.
- Family Nature Clubs are springing up across the country. Families gather once a month to share adventures in the outdoors. The excursions are informal; no dues, no meetings, just meet to enjoy outdoor experiences together. Activities can include nature hikes, geocaching, bird watching and many community-based service learning projects.
- Where the Wild Things Are Guide for Educators and Parents to use at home and at school. Part of the National Be Out There campaign to connect kids and families with nature at home, at schools, and in their communities.