Free Educator’s Guides

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Educators looking for diverse ways to reach 3-5 grade students may find our Educator Guides and activities page an excellent resource. Each beautifully illustrated book comes with a variety of detailed lessons to engage students while meeting Next Generation Science Standards. Click on the links below to access the Educator Guides.

  • Eavesdropping on Elephants

    Eavesdropping on Elephants

    Featuring 10 activities that target national science, English, mathematics, and art education standards for grades 3-6, the teacher guide is a fun and interactive way to help students better understand Eavesdropping on Elephants: How Listening Helps Conservation by Patricia Newman.

  • On Meadowview Street

    Join Caroline in habitat exploration in your own neighborhood with these excellent student activities. Get to know your local habitat!

  • Animals in Flight

    Explore bird flight and migration with a series of activities to go along with Animals in Flight, written by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page. Students will develop a better understanding of migration while meeting science standards.

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    Flute’s Journey: THE LIFE OF A WOOD THRUSH

    Learn about migration by following Flute’s journey to Costa Rica. Educators can use these free additional resources to pair with the book to develop an engaging unit.

  • An Eagle

    An Eagle’s Feather

    Combine the book with these a free book activities. Content includes a fun mix of articles, videos and sounds! Activities can be adapted to grades K-5th.

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