- Grade: 1st Grade
- Discipline: Life Science
Make observations to construct an evidence-based account that young plants and animals are like, but not exactly like, their parents.
Grand Teton Custom Youth Program
Teachers! If you have another concept or standard to teach and you think that park rangers and park resources can make it come alive for your students, please contact us! We are always happy to work with teachers to design a program or field trip that meets classroom needs and park goals. Contact GRTE_Education@nps.gov for […]Learn More
Read “Owl” About It – 1st Grade
1st Grade: “Read ‘Owl’ About It” – This program can move in a variety of directions, depending on the needs of a group, but owls are the focus. We may explore their incredible vision (1-PS4-1), learn ways in which humans affect their survival for better and for worse (1-LS1-1), investigate how owls are adapted for […]Learn More
Are You Me?
Students observe wildlife photos of adults and their young then play game to match juveniles to their parents. Adapted from Aquatic Wild, pg. 2. Cross Disciplinary Concepts: Vocabulary:Learn More