Home on the Range K-5 Grade Teacher Workshop - 29483

Join us for a fun and interactive workshop to discover ways to strengthen your students' knowledge and skills in all core content areas through exciting experiential learning! The Welder Wildlife Foundation's teacher workshop and curriculum guide provide hands-on, active learning with many outdoor activities to help kindergarten educators convey the value of wide-open spaces and the relationship between natural resource conservation, food production, stewardship, and wellness while establishing real-world connections to science. Explore TEKS-aligned lessons about plant and animal adaptations, agriculture, habitats, soil and landforms, watersheds, weather and climate, interactions in ecosystems, and more. Lessons use a variety of teaching methods to meet the needs of all students, including building models, role play, journaling, science investigations, experiments, and hands-on inquiry.
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Teacher - Early Childhood/PreK/Kindergarten, Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5), Teacher - ESL (English as a Second Language), Teacher - General Education
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Participants should dress appropriately for outdoor activities including comfortable clothing, a hat, sunglasses, and close-toed shoes. We will have a 1 hour break for lunch and you may bring your own lunch (refrigerator and microwave available) or pick something up in town.
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