Engaging students in grades 3 through 7 with the natural world.
Audubon introduces young people, their families and their teachers to the fundamental principles by which the natural world functions. The lessons that Audubon Adventures teaches, offer an exciting, science-based exploration of those principles at work anchored in nonfiction reading along with outdoor and classroom activities that help kids to care for the planet by helping birds and other wildlife.
The Audubon Adventures materials were developed by professional educators, are designed for students in grades 3 through 7 and integrate easily into the existing curriculum areas of science, social studies, mathematics, language arts and creative arts. Audubon Adventures has been used in classrooms, after-school program/clubs, camp programs, ESL classes and more.
“BIRDS, BEES, FLOWERS AND TREES“: NEW CLASSROOM RESOURCE KIT FOR 2017-2018
- Birds On The Move: Every year, twice a year, millions of birds take to the skies on epic migration journeys.
- Plants Are for the Birds!: For birds, native plants are an essential food source, protection from predators, and home.
- The Buzz About Native Bees: North America’s 4,000-plus species of native bees are busy performing a vital role in healthy ecosystems.
Bergen County Audubon Society proudly sponsors schools and groups in our area with Audubon Adventures at no cost to them. This year, BCAS is providing Audubon Adventures to
11 schools/groups, 43 classrooms, 1, 376 students. If your school or group is interested in receiving Audubon Adventures, please contact Marie Longo MLongo8383@aol.com (201) 498-0809.
To learn more about the Audubon Adventures program, visit audubonadventures.org.
2017-2018 AUDUBON ADVENTURES SCHOOLS
Emerson Jr./Sr. High School
Garfield 4-H Garden Club
The New Weis Center-Ringwood
Ridgewood Parks and Recreation Green Kids After School Program
Saint Joseph Academy-Bogota
Solomon Schechter Day School-New Milford
Saddle Brook Middle School
Upper Greenwood Lake School-Hewitt
West Ridge Elementary School-Park Ridge