Click on the links below to download the Student Pages for the WILD guides.
Project WILD K-12 Curriculum & Activity Guide
Project WILD Aquatic K-12 Curriculum and Activity Guide
Science & Civics: Sustaining Wildlife Student Pages
The following resources, designed to accompany Project WILD curriculum guides, may be downloaded from the links provided below. The documents are posted in PDF (Portable Document Format), which can be opened using Adobe Reader. Reader can be downloaded free of charge from www.adobe.com.
Habitat Cards for "Migration Headache" Activity [PDF, 32 KB]
"Migration Headache" (on pages 15-18 of the Project WILD Aquatic K-12 Curriculum and Activity Guide) engages students in a simulation of migrating water birds traveling between nesting habitats and wintering grounds.
Lesson Planning Worksheet [PDF, 9 KB]
This planning aid provides space for notes under the following headings: Standards, Themes or units, Project WILD Activities, Grade(s), Materials, Adaptations, enrichments, field trips, and local resources.
Using Simulations for Instructional Purposes
An educational simulation is an instructional activity that models aspects of the real world to teach one or more concepts. Simulations—especially those that involve students in
kinesthetic learning experiences—are used frequently in Project WILD.
Many activities in the Project WILD and Project WILD Aquatic K-12 Curriculum and Activity Guides include technology or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) connections. These connections will encourage students to use the Internet, a variety of computer software, video recording equipment, probeware, and other technologies while learning about wildlife or sharing what they've discovered. These connections are included with the activity in current editions, but those with earlier editions of the Project WILD Guides can download the Technology Connections by clicking the links below.
Project WILD K-12 Technology Connections [PDF 78 KB)
Project WILD Aquatic Technology Connections [PDF 81 KB]
Following are links for educators by topic area corresponding to the Project WILD conceptual framework. These links can also be accessed through the online Learning Framework.
Awareness and Appreciation
Conservation and Research
Urban and Multicultural
NAAEE - EE Linked
NAAEE has a new information and networking site - EELinked.
More than a searchable catalog of internet links about environmental education, EE linked is a global community of environmental educators. Here you can easily find and download EE materials, post your own content, ask questions, share lesson plans and resources, and find and collaborate with EE partners. Tell your story to environmental educators, share your successes, comment on EE resources, and build on each other's program ideas.
Part of this network is the Guidelines for Excellence. The Guidelines for Excellence network is meant to be a one-stop site to learn about the Guidelines, download documents, and share information.