Online Wildlife Academy offers parents, educators and group leaders an easy way to connect kids K-8 with native Northwest wildlife. Students learn exciting facts and get their wildlife questions answered through live interaction with an educator, videos, props and more!
A mixture of live educator presentations, animal photos and videos, keeper chats, science facts, activities and Q&A, Online Wildlife Academy hits exactly the right note between informative and fun. Nine different lesson programs hit multiple Next Generation Science Standards across grades K-8.
In “Northwest Wildlife Investigators,” kids learn about animal adaptations and survival strategies, as well as scientific observation, by examining clues and solving a mystery. “So You Want to Work in a Zoo?” looks at the skills you need for a wide variety of zoo jobs from animal care to graphic design. Various animal species are covered by “Northwest Raptors,” “Peek In the Pond,” “The Wonders of Wolverines” and “Are You Bear Aware?” In all programs, Moore balances talking with animal videos and photos, hands-on activities and student questions.
|Resources:||Academic enrichment (academic classes, tutoring, testing, etc.)|
|Location:||Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, Trek Drive East, Eatonville, WA, USA|
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