External Teacher Resources
Wolf Discovery Kit
By the International Wolf Center
Multiple Resources for Hands-On Learning
Loan the Box Here!
Includes hands-on materials, real artifacts (pelts, skulls, radio collars, etc.) lessons, books, movies, and more. May also rent supplementary books to target specific age groups.
By Nancy Field & Corliss Karasov
Activity Book - Updated 2017
This activity book provides pages of activities around how scientists study wolves, the biology and ecology of the wolf. Providing lots of informational text, this book would be great for an individual students wanting to learn more or for reading extensions in the classroom. Also in black and white, this activity book doubles as a coloring text.
Gray Wolf Educator Guide
By National Geographic
Exploring a Keystone Species with students in
Although focused on Western wolves, this guide provides lessons for many ages and is a great resource to use in your wolf programming!
By International Wolf Center
Online Wolf Curriculum
IWC has developed two 10-hour online courses about wolves. The two classes are: Wolf Research Concepts & Introduction to Wolf Ecology. Use this course within your classroom and allow for individuals to work together in a flip classroom format.
By the Minnesota Zoo
Online Wolf Survival Game
In this online, interactive game, you are a 2 year old wolf pup in Yellowstone National Park. You disperse from your pack and are ready to create your own. Follow your own survival story as an individual player or with a team.
Wolf Island Lessons
By Celia Godkin
Lessons to read with the fictional book of Wolf Island. Literacy and Science objectives that surround prediction, questioning, detail recall, vocabulary, writing, food chains, and ecosystems.
Thematic Unit: Wolves
By Linda Larsen
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In this thematic unit, there are reproducible sheets that study literary pieces, such as Julie of the Wolves, The Call of the Wild, and Kavik the Wolf Dog. Each of these books contains 9-10 lessons. This teacher resources is literacy based, but contains integration of multiple subject matters and cooperative learning. Through these literary pieces, students combine their knowledge and apply it the science of wolves. Note: Wolf Range on page 61 is no longer accurate.
Wolf Lap Book
By Jamerill Stewart
Provided free at http://www.freehomeschooldeals.com/free-wolf-lapbook/
Retrieved 10 July 2017
This is a guide is a self-led student study about wolves. IT requires the ability to learn on ones own and jump between reading information and completing supplementary activities. The lap book provides a lot of foldables that could be useful in supplementing lessons that would benefit students are not able to complete a self-guided unit.
A Unit about Wolves
By Moore, Evans, & Tryon
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Although does not meet just one grade level standards, use this text with your fellow co-workers. Includes activities such as: math comparisons, making plural words, reading informational text, writing prompts, are projects, Venn diagrams, crosswords, word searches, sentence structuring, art projects, and more... Note: Wolf range on pages 4-5 is no longer accurate.