List of Animals in the Pierson Wildlife Learning Center
Print List of Animals found in the Pierson Wildlife Museum Learning Center
Pierson Newsletter 2016
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Lesson Activities Before and Lesson Activities After the Tour
Suggested activities before your class visit and after your class visit
Nebraska Science and Social Standards
What is relevant for student standards in science?
While visiting the Pierson learning center, students will make connections to science and social studies
1. Through learning about wildlife animals from Africa, Asia, North America, and around the world.
2. Through exploring animals in their habitat and diversity of life.
3. Through reading about characteristics of animals from facts listed on fact cards.
4. By making connections to the interdependent relationships in the Ecosystem through discussion of effects human activities have on animals, plants and their environment.
5. By asking questions that relate to science topics such as, "How do human activities affect the Earth's Systems?"
While visiting the Pierson learning center, students will make connections to Crosscutting Concepts - Cause and Effect; Stability and Change
1. By identifying how humans and the physical environment interact especially pertaining to wildlife management.
2. By developing and applying historical knowledge and understanding key concepts of past, current, and potential issues and events at the local, state, national, & international levels (Trading by early settlers/hunting during the depression/current practices).
3. Describe how individuals, groups, and communities manage conflict and promote justice to communicate solutions for positive impact. (Describe how actions of poachers affect others and trade market.)
Coloring Sheets of the animals listed below are printable.
- African Elephant
- American Bison
- Black Rhino
- Burchell's Zebra
- Greater Kudu
- Sable Antelope
- White Rhino
- Whitetail Deer
- Woodland Caribou
Printable Color Sheets
Right click the sheet you want to color and save to your desktop. (If you don't have a mouse, with two fingers, click bottom right corner of the track pad, save the picture sheet image to the desktop.)
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