Audubon's award-winning environmental education program can be implemented in any classroom or after-school program.
Designed for teachers and students in grades 3 - 5, Audubon Adventures offers top-quality nonfiction material from the environmental experts at the National Audubon Society. With captivating hands-on activities, students learn that we all have a personal stake in the health of the environment and play an important role in its preservation and improvement. Audubon Adventures has designed classroom materials specifically for Sharing our Shores, including a Student Magazine (available below for download) and Classroom guide for the teacher.
For more information on this program, visit http://netapp.audubon.org/AudubonAdventures/
Download educational resources for the Western Snowy Plover, including a coloring workbook, vocabulary guide, crossword puzzle, word search, a field notebook, and a pamphlet about the importance of kelp wrack. All files are in PDF format.
[doc:192836|link:Crossword Puzzle] (and [doc:192841|link:Solutions])
[doc:192851|link:Word Search] (and [doc:192856|link:Solutions])
[doc:193116|link:Learn about Kelp Wrack]
Thank you to Los Angeles Audubon and Ventura Audubon for these materials.
Downloadable Beach Signs
These signs, created by Morro Coast Audubon Society, were painted by children who, after learning about snowy plovers, used their art and creative talents to encourage the public to Share the Shore and do their part to help protect plovers. Signs are strung along “symbolic fencing” with regulatory signs in habitat areas to educate the public about nesting birds. Click on the links to download them for use in your community, or follow these instructions to create and print your own signs:
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