Designed for educators of children ages 3-7, Growing Up WILD builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature through outdoor exploration and 27 field-tested lessons that include over 400 experiences to share with students. These experiences involve concepts in science, math, vocabulary, art, music and movement, health and safety, and nutrition, and other subjects. The curriculum is aligned with NAEYC standards, the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework, and the USDA's MyPlate guidelines for child nutrition.
Growing Up WILD professional development training is widely available through Project WILD State Coordinators and Growing Up WILD Training Partners. For more information on becoming trained in Growing Up WILD, visit www.pwgrowingupwild.org.
Connecting Children to Nature
Developmentally Appropriate Practice
Nature in the Classroom
Language & Literacy Connections
Lessons (27 lesson themes, over 400 experiences)
Home Connection Cards
Children's Book List
Tips for Teachers
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Paperback, 128 pages (large format)
Flying WILD: An Educator's Guide to Celebrating Birds provides over 40 activities that teach middle-school students about birds, their migration, and what people can do to help birds and their habitats.
Flying WILD professional development training is available in many cities through Flying WILD City Partners and Project WILD State Coordinators. For more information on becoming trained in Flying WILD, visit www.flyingwild.org.
Welcome to Flying WILD!
Festivals in Many Forms
Special Guests and Performers
Teacher-Led Activities (16 activities)
Volunteer-Led Activities (8 activities)
Student-Led Activities (19 activities)
About Birds and Birding
Getting Kids Outdoors with Flying WILD
Birds in the News
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Paperback, 366 pages