The objective of this curriculum is to engage students in understanding that humans are a part of nature, not apart from nature. Through this curriculum, participants will know and be able to:
A series of four (4) cumulative sessions are designed to draw on students' natural curiosity by comparing and contrasting characteristics of humans as a species with various wildlife species. Using tailored activities and homework assignments, students gain understanding through progressive normalization, without making animals "human" by giving them human characteristics and attributes.Download FREE Curriculum
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Do you want to learn more about these animals and others, and the work being done to help them and our planet? Here are a few of my favorite places to learn about conservation.
Tia Martina loves finding magic in everyday events. Whether it's from walks in the forest with her dogs or watching her bird eat from a bowl of spaghetti, she enjoys capturing (and writing about) the little moments that make life special and fun. When Tia Martina is not creating new ideas and adventures, she likes to spend time with her friends, or can be found reading, making art, or listening to music.Learn More
Kelly Ulrich is an artist from the west coast of Canada who likes painting so much she created a rain forest in her kitchen! When she's not busy dreaming up new children's stories, she can be found sipping a cup of tea in her backyard while watching nature, or working on her successful comic strip on her Instagram: "Nala, Dean & Vinny."Learn More
"Through engaging illustrations and poetry, this delightful book tells the tale of how animals returned to a more free and wide-ranging existence when a global pandemic kept people inside, reminding us that the world is full of magical creatures that are a vital, if usually unseen, part of our natural community. Here’s hoping that a return to normal life for us will include more room for them."Melissa Groo(July 2020)