Distance Learning

Animals of Rocky Mountain National Park

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Grade Level:
Lower Elementary: Pre-Kindergarten through Second Grade
Subject:
Science
Common Core Standards:
K.SL.1, K.SL.2, 1.SL.1, 1.SL.2, 2.SL.1, 2.SL.2
State Standards:
CO State Standards: SC09-GR.K-S.2-GLE.1, SC09-GR.1.-S.2-GLE.1, SC09-GR.1-S.2-GLE.2, SC09-GR.2-S.2-GLE.2; Next Generation Science Standards: NGSS1-LS1-2, NGSS-LS3-1

Background

Rocky Mountain National Park's 415 square miles holds a diversity of wildlife including 66 species of mammals and over 280 species of birds. Spring is a rewarding time to observe some of these animals and their offspring as the area begins to sprout with new life!

Join an education ranger as they introduce five of these animals, noting the differences between their parents and offspring, while exploring the characteristics that help them survive in this diverse landscape.


 


How to Participate
Call our Education Specialist at 970-586-1338 to schedule a program. Requests are handled on a first come, first served basis.

Equipment Requirements
To connect with Rocky Mountain National Park you will need a stable internet connection, a web cam, and a projector (or similar set up) so the entire class can see the ranger on screen.

Last updated: April 18, 2018