The Canadian Wildlife Federation Saltwater Cities Kids Project
Oceans play a vital role in the lives of people across the world, and especially in Canada, which is a marine and coastal nation. By taking part in the Saltwater City Kids (SWC) project, you can help your students connect with their ocean community.
CWF education programs are built on sound pedagogical foundations: a conceptual framework, curriculum links, piloting in Canadian classrooms, and the scrutiny of scientific experts. Our programs are designed to meet the needs not only of teachers but also of youth leaders, park naturalists, and other conservation educators.
Also, check out our comprehensive Resource Library – this is where you’ll find resource sheets, lesson plans, and other resources on themes like the arctic, water, climate change, pollinators, and many more.
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