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Attention Educators: Connect Students To Nature With Free Lesson Plans!

Raptor Resource Project: A wealth of knowledge on raptors, non-profit Raptor Resource Project has multiple lesson plans centered around the live peregrine falcon and bald eagle cams. In addition to their lesson plans, check in on the online classroom for scheduled Q&A sessions.

Channel Islands National Park: The national park in California may be closed to visitors, but their curriculum is available and free for anyone to use. For elementary school students, this list of lesson plans will cover a range of topics on oceanography and marine life.

Mpala Research Centre: There is always a good view on our African wildlife live cam network, and Mpala has enriching lesson plans and an excellent field guide for students to learn about the many species of mammals, birds, and reptiles they’ll spot.

Katmai National Park & Preserve: Our internet-famous #BearCam doesn’t go live until the summer, but grade 3–5 students can still access these brown bear lesson plans year-round. Learn all about bear fishing techniques and inherited vs. acquired bear behaviors.

Polar Bears International: Lesson plans, webcasts, mini courses, school report materials — the fleet of resources available from Polar Bears International is a treasure trove. It’s also the prime time of year for Northern Lights viewing on our arctic live cam library.

Aquarium of the Pacific: Jellyfishpenguins, and tropical fish are abundant on our 24/7 streaming live cams at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California. Check out their multiple teacher resources that use the web cams as a guide for learning.

In addition to these incredible free lesson plans and resources, don’t forget that you can always check in on any of the explore.org’s live cam chat boards to participate in Q&A with our volunteer moderators. Our website is a family-friendly home, and we’re here for you.

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