Science Elementary Open Educational Resources

Science Elementary Open Educational Resources

The Adirondack guide of yesteryear was woods-wise and independent; a skilled hunter, fisherman and cook; and a shrewd judge of character. Students explore the life, skills and work of these intrepid characters and compare the 19th century woodsman to today’s guides. Customized wilderness programs are available for grades K-12, are about two...

On the third Saturday of each month, the New York State Museum offers fun learning programs for all ages. Their special programs relate to one theme of the month, such as Native People of New York, Dutch Albany, and Coelophysis: One of New York’s Dinosaurs. Families can participate in a “make-and-take” craft activity or a game, and take home an...

Your Green Backyard educates and demonstrates helpful ways for the community to be good stewards of the environment. Visitors are encouraged to identify the indigenous species that are beneficial to the environment, all of which can be found right in their own backyards! Learn the importance of bats, ladybugs and bees to the environment, find...

This Open Educational Resource is a two minute video about tropical butterflies in New York provided by the American Museum of Natural History. The video describes the American Museum of...

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