December 6, 2013

Teacher’s Corner

On this page, you will find teaching resources and links to information about
wildlife rehabilitation, environmental education, biodiversity and Canadian animals.

 

Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release: A PowerPoint Presentation Explaining What We Do

 

What-We-Do-PPT-thumbClick the image above to download

 

“Help Me Stay Wild” Cross-Curricular Project Resources

Click on an image below to download a two-page Aspen Valley project resource. Each resource includes curriculum-based learning ideas for Literacy, Numeracy and other subject areas, plus a variety of outreach opportunities. These resources are geared toward students in Grades 4-6, but can easily be adapted for younger or older students.

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thumb-project-deer thumb-project-raccoons
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Media Article Study Guides

Each week, staff at Aspen Valley write a 400-word column for the local paper describing aspects of our work and introducing some of the animals in our care.  Click the links below to download one-page study guides that include a link to a media article, plus reading comprehension questions and discussion/debate topics to accompany the article.  These study guides were developed for students in Grades 4-6, but can be adapted for younger or older students.

Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release

Non-releasable Permanent Residents

 

Wildlife Rehabilitation

 

Environmental/Wildlife Education

Project Ideas

 

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Animal Facts & Tips

 

Join the Honour Roll

Help us share what kids have done to support the sanctuary. E-mail us a picture and brief write-up, explaining how your class helped Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, and we’ll post your story so it can inspire others!  info@aspenvalley.ca

To see current Honour Roll members, click here.