Education & Outreach

Educational Resources

Hands-on activities that engage kids in science and the outdoors
Education & Outreach

Educational Resources

Hands-on activities that engage kids in science and the outdoors

Here are some resources for teachers, educators, and other care-givers to use, free of charge. Please credit Audubon New Mexico with any use. NEW: distance learning materials are being updated as they are developed. See 'General Online Resources' and 3rd-5th grade workbooks below.

Contact our Education Team if you have questions or would like to have an educator visit your classroom, or go on a field trip to the Randall Davey Audubon Center.

General Online Resources:

Audubon For Kids/Audubon Para Niños
Audubon for Kids is an online space available in English and Spanish that provides new, fun activities each week, including nature activities, games, quizzes, DIY projects, and more. 
Topics: Bird Adaptations, Owls, Migration, Hummingbirds, outdoor activities

Kindergarten-2nd Grade

Wildlife of New Mexico's Grasslands Coloring Book

Engineering Our Community Afterschool Curriculum, developed as part of the Community Educators Network
Topics: STEAM, wildlife, water, plants, communities, people

Habitat in the Schoolyard Afterschool Curriculum, developed as part of the Community Educators Network
Topics: STEAM, wildlife, plants, habitat, science, investigation, art

3rd-5th Grade

*NEW DISTANCE LEARNING MATERIALS*

Adapt To Survive, Home Activity Workbook (English)
¡Adáptate para sobrevivir! Cuaderno de ejercicios para actividades en casa (Español)

Topics: Bird adaptations, wildlife, STEAM

Backyard Habitat Explorer, Home Activity Workbook (English)
Explorador del hábitat en mi patio, Cuaderno de ejercicios para actividades en casa (Español)
A video to accompany this activity can be found here (Spanish and English subtitles). 
Topics: Habitat, wildlife, STEAM

Santa Fe Outdoor Education Collaborative, 4th Grade Lesson Plans
Topics: STEAM, Animal adaptations, birds

Birds of a Feather Explore Together
Topics: STEAM, Birds, adaptations, wildlife, science investigation

High School

Stewards of the Llano Estacado Curriculum
Topics: Grasslands, conservation, soil, wildlife management, STEM careers

For more information, contact:

Education Department
Santa Fe Programs, email: sally.maxwell@audubon.org
General Inquiries, email: katie.weeks@audubon.org
Telephone: 505-983-4609 x 21

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