How do an animal’s feet, teeth, or hair help it survive? This kit includes a variety of animal “biofacts” that are great examples of adaptations. Compare and contrast them as a class, then think of your examples.
Africa is home to many animals that have become familiar to us through zoos and wildlife documentaries. This kit will help your students learn more about the wildlife of Africa and how it intersects with the people who live there.
Amphibian Alert teaches children what amphibians are and why amphibian population declines are alarming scientists and communities throughout the world. The amphibian decline dilemma represents an outstanding opportunity for educators to introduce a real-world problem being addressed by science into the classroom.
Animal Coverings – Kindergarten
This kit includes children’s stories, animal pelt samples, and ideas for crafts. This is our most popular kit, so be sure to reserve it well in advance!
Australia: Animals Down Under
Help your students uncover the mysterious animals that make their home in Australia. Dress a student up as a kangaroo or learn to play the didgeridoo. This kit includes posters, flags, animal photos, and more.
Uncover the fantastic world of bats as you take away the myth by participating in the many activities included in this kit. Also included are posters, books, a bat skeleton, skulls, puppets, and more.
Bird is the Word
Learn about native and exotic birds and the easy-to-see adaptations that help them fly, eat and perch. Kit includes activities, feathers, and pictures. Each teacher that checks out this kit will also receive a bird feeder for their school.
This kit contains biofacts from major taxa: mammals, birds, reptiles, insects, and more. It is designed to allow your students to make some hands-on observations regarding the various taxa.
Climate Care Kit
Learn about climate by comparing Utah’s habitats, plants, and animals to those in Alaska! This K-6 kit includes a variety of lessons to get elementary learners started thinking about our environment and what we can do to help. This kit is also available at locations in many districts and can be checked out according to district policy.
Have you ever wondered how zookeepers help keep captive animals stimulated and using their natural behaviors? This kit will teach you and your students more about Behavioral Enrichment and its role in zoos. Enrich your classroom today!
Suitcase for Survival
Wildlife Trafficking is a massive problem worldwide and negatively affects animal and plant species. The suitcase is “packed” with endangered species information, curriculum, and animal “biofacts.” Students have a chance to see and touch rare animal coverings while learning about conservation.
Wild Aware Utah
Learn about Utah’s native wildlife with skull replicas, pelt samples, books, activities, etc. This is the perfect way for students to have a hands-on experience learning about the adaptations that animals need to live in Utah. This kit is also available in many Utah School Districts and can be checked out according to district policy.