Wildlife Forever Announces FishOn! Lesson Plans and Contest Deadline Extension

For Immediate Release

Contact: Addison Motta AMotta@WildlifeForever.org

White Bear Lake, MN – Wildlife Forever is proud to announce the release of the newly designed Art of Conservation FishOn! lesson plans. These innovative activities are designed to complement the Art of Conservation Fish Art Contest, providing educators with engaging resources to enhance their existing science, art, and writing curriculum.

The initial six lesson plans cover fundamental topics such as What is A Fish, Food Webs, and Fish Adaptation, among others. Each lesson plan incorporates hands-on activities and includes a student worksheet to facilitate reflection and comprehension of the material. These resources are crafted to align with the Next Generation Science Standards and cater to the diverse learning needs of students. Lessons can be viewed and downloaded by clicking here.

To coincide with the release of the new lesson plans, the deadline for the 2024 Art of Conservation Fish Art Contest has been extended until March 31st, for this year only. Teachers and parents are encouraged to integrate the lesson plans into their participation in the contest. Find instructions on how to participate at www.FishArt.org.

“We are excited to introduce these comprehensive lesson plans as part of our ongoing commitment to environmental education,” said Addison Motta, Education Manager, of Wildlife Forever. “By integrating science, writing, and art, these resources empower teachers to foster a deeper understanding of conservation principles among students.”

Learn more about the Art of Conservation program:

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