What is a naturalist? How do you represent a place using only color? What does the sound of a place look like? Explore the answers to these questions and many more with the Montana Natural History Center’s ID Naturalist program. Interactive video lessons introduce and model journaling prompts to help students discover their naturalist self.
Through this subscription-based service educators and parents gain access to ten web-based video lessons presented by a teaching naturalist that can be opened at your convenience and in the comfort of the classroom or home. Lessons have natural pausing points and invitations to lead your students outside to practice the presented skill or prompt. Designed and delivered by teachers for teachers, you can rest assured that each lesson supports NGSS and CCSS and has been crafted with best practices in mind.
$50/class or household for non-members
$45/class or household for members & teachers in the Teacher Benefits Program
Subscription expires August 1, 2021.
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Lesson 1: Who is a Naturalist?
Lesson 2: Making a Nature Journal Entry
Lesson 3: Event Maps
Lesson 4: Sound Maps
Lesson 5: Collections
Lesson 6: Place Swatches
Lesson 7: Field Guide Entry
Lesson 8: Graphic Novel Entry
Lesson 9: Naturalist Short: Cheating Perspective
Lesson 10: Naturalist Short: Gesture Drawing and Behavior