Activities in the Creature Feature trunk will enhance your study of the animals and lowland forests of Olympic National Park. Designed to be multi-faceted, the activities in the Creature Feature trunk will reinforce the educational concepts taught within the classroom. Topics include predator-prey relationship, animal adaptations, birds and bird feeding styles, animal tracks and many more. The Creature Features activities may be used independently or with The Living Forest, a curriculum guide to the lowland and old-growth forests of Olympic National Park.
Contact Olympic's Outreach and Education Specialist, Dean Butterworth, to request a specific trunk. The cost of $20.00 plus tax, rents a trunk for a two week period. Mailing is an option, however, the trunks are heavy and shipping costs add up. Trunks are available for pick up at the Olympic Visitor Center located in Port Angeles.
- Grade Levels:
- Kindergarten-Fifth Grade
- Biodiversity, Biology: Animals, Community, Ecology, Environment, Wildlife Biology, Wildlife Management
- Traveling Trunk