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Audubon Adventures combines the best of all worlds for participating teachers and their students for the 2015–2016 school year—the new materials are available as printed newsletters with exciting online components. This award-winning environmental educational program introduces students to the fundamental principles by which the natural world functions. This year’s topics focus on protecting Earth’s natural resources:
- Why and how to protect habitats that are home to all living things
- Sources of and challenges to essential clean water resources and how to preserve them
- Different forms and sources of energy and their pros and cons
The Audubon Adventures materials were developed by professional educators, are designed for students in grades 3 through 6, and integrate easily into the existing curriculum areas of science, social studies, mathematics, language arts, and creative arts. Check out the website at www.audubonadventures.org
Through the generous support of LCAS members, Lane Audubon’s Adopt-a-Classroom Program offers free subscriptions to local classrooms for this outstanding educational program.
If you would like to sponsor a classroom, please mail a tax-deductible donation of $45, payable to LCAS, to Audubon Adventures, PO Box 5086, Eugene, OR 97405. You can also donate online through the LCAS website: www.laneaudubon.org/education/audubon-adventures
Please contact Joyce Trawle at jtrawle (at) comcast.net or 541.515.6244 if you have any questions.