What: Classroom program for medium sized groups with 3-4 animals and props & biofacts. Program supports Montana Academic Content Standards.
Who: Kindergarten – Grade 12 with a maximum of 40 students for each session.
Where: In your school classroom, library, or other small multi-purpose space.
When: Program offered September – May.
Time: One hour presentation.
Cost: $100 per program. Outside of Billings, MT: Mileage fee of $1.50 per mile one way.
Amazing Adaptations! - Explore the many tools that animals use to survive and thrive in their environments. Both physical and behavioral adaptations vary according to habitat type. Students will learn how these characteristics equip animals to hunt, forage, and protect themselves in the wild.
NEW FOR 2015-2016! Animals in Native American Culture - Storytelling plays a major role in Native American traditions. Explore how different animals fit into these stories and how animals hold different meanings for different tribes.