Rangelands Curriculum and Workshop
Receive our popular K-5 curriculum guide – Rangelands: A Science and Conservation Education Guide
Earn 6 hours CPE credit
Receive full access to our teaching resources
Enjoy a fun and interactive workshop filled with new ideas and resources to incorporate into your classroom!
The Welder Wildlife Foundation’s Home on the Range workshop and Rangelands curriculum provides hands-on, active learning with many outdoor activities to help K-5th grade educators convey the importance of rangeland conservation while establishing real world connections to science. The curriculum contains 27 science-based lessons that provide engaging, student-centered activities aligned to the core Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to experience many of the curriculum lessons including studies about water, plants, wildlife, livestock, habitat, ecology and stewardship and through the use of models, role play, journaling, science investigations and experiments, Internet and computer lessons, hands-on inquiry, and exciting experiential learning opportunities!
To learn more contact Mandy Krause at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Rangelands Curriculum and Workshop
For the workshop you will need the following materials
5 pieces of white printer paper
1 colored paper
Markers or crayons
2 Ziplock bags
2 Paper towels
4 clips of any kind (clothes pins, bag clips, paper clips, etc – these will be used to clip Ziplock bags and paper towels to something outside)
Approximately 2 yards of string/rope/yarn tied into a circle OR a hula hoop