Do your students or chaperones prefer reading field trip resources in Chinese?
Check out these newly translated materials:
Chaperone Guide (K-12)
A great way to encourage adult involvement.
African Hall Scavenger Hunt: Eat or Be Eaten (3-8)
What are some traits shared by prey, and by their predators?
Is that a Fish? (K-2)
Does that animal have scales, gills, and fins?
African Hall Sketching (9-12)
Focus your attention on a particular diorama.
And here are some that have been around for a bit:
Coral Reef Habitat Match (K-2)
Do your animal live on the sandy bottom? Open water?
Coral Polyp Party (K-2)
An anatomy lesson, and edible to boot!
Colorful Coral Reef (3-5)
Fill out this color wheel to spot adaptations for survival.
If you are a fan of particular Academy-developed activities already existing in our Lesson Plan Database, and a Chinese translation would be perfect for your class, leave us a comment to let us know!
We are also thinking about producing Spanish versions…