WWF has developed lessons to help Wyoming teachers bring their classes outside and to bring our wild Wyoming to the classroom. If you have any issues, want to request a lesson, or want help connecting your classroom to a local wildlife professional, contact Andrea Barbknecht at the email or phone number below or click on the suggestion box at the bottom of the page.

Email: [email protected]

Call (307) 335-8633

Invasive species lessons were developed with financial support from the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation and other partners including the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Commission and Western Confluence Magazine.

High School Content

Middle School Content

Legislative Literacy (Secondary Level)

Made possible thanks to grant funds from ThinkWY for Lesson Development.

Please contact Andrea Barbknecht at [email protected] or Jessi Johnson at [email protected] to arrange a virtual visit from our government affairs staff with your classroom.

Elementary Content

This content was made possible through the generous support of the Pacific Power Foundation, Scott Foundation, and the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation.

Comparing Plants (Kindergarten)

Plant a Narrative (Kindergarten)

Are You My Parent? (1st Grade)

Sit Spots (K-5th Grade)

Nature Journals (4th Grade)

Native Plant Gardens

Wyoming Wildlife Federation offers installation and support for native gardens for any school in Wyoming. To inquire about a native garden and lesson plans for your school, email [email protected] or click on the link at the bottom of the page.

Resources Outside WWF