Young Stewards -Teach

NPS Resources

If you are a teacher looking for classroom activities, we invite you to review these online resources from various parks.

Wildflowers grow on cinder slopes

Adapt or Go Home! - Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve
Pollinator Habitat
Biology/Ecology, 5th and 6th grade
2 hours

A golden eagle takes flight

Fly Away! (exploring migration) - Denali National Park and Preserve
Migration
Biology, 4th-8th grade
30-90 minutes

A black and yellow butterfly on a green leaf

Insect Design - Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve
Pollinator
Biology/STEAM, K-5th grade
45 minutes

A fruit bat hangs from a tree

What Is a Fruit Bat? - National Park of American Samoa
Pollinator
Biology, K-1st grade
45 minutes

A orange and black butterfly sits on a green leaf

Butterfly Hybrids - Niobrara National Scenic River
Pollinator
Biology/STEAM, 3rd and 4th grade
30 minutes

Bats are suspended from a rock face

Bat and Moth - Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve
Pollinator
Biology, 3rd-5th grade
30 minutes

Honey bee on a pink flower

Biodiversity - Bee Week
Middle school curriculum and activity guide for Bee Awareness (PDF 990KB)

Additional non-NPS resources

  • Pollinator Curriculum for 3rd to 6th Nature's Partners: Pollinators, Plants, and You
  • Pollinator Live has K-12 teacher resources in English and Spanish including lesson plans and webcasts.
  • Bats Live has K-12 teacher resources in English and Spanish including lesson plans and prerecorded webcasts.

Last updated: March 20, 2018

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