There are many surprises in the natural world. Some are due to our own false interpretations and conclusions, others are due to misinformation we have been given, as well as information that at one time was considered true but has been disproven.
Immerse your students in an interactive, participatory, standards-based experience curriculum about the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem’s ecology. This curriculum is ideal for elementary and middle school students and meets national, Wyoming, and Montana science benchmarks and standards. The resources include grade appropriate content, 360 photos, videos, other multimedia, and assessments for your classroom. As you navigate […]
Join Us for Our 360 Yellowstone Adventure LIVE!!! The live event may be over, but that doesn’t mean you missed it! Check out the video below. Join the Buffalo Bill Center of the West way out west in Wyoming for a 360 adventure as we explore the habitats and animals of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. […]
During this activity students/families will watch two videos–one introducing them to glaciers and a second about how glaciers shaped the northern Bighorn Basin in Wyoming. They will then make their own glacier and landscape to observe how glaciers move! What Are Glaciers? Northern Bighorn Basin Glaciation Let’s Make Glacier Gak Materials Two 8-oz. (One 16-oz.) […]
BRAND NEW INTERACTIVE 360 ONLINE ADVENTURE! Come explore the alpine habitat of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem using this engaging interactive! Learn about this special habitat and the amazing animals that live there with 360 photos, immersive videos, activities and content. This resource is perfect for students, teachers, and families! And, teachers—all content is standards and inquiry based […]
Yellowstone’s most prolific invasive species—with a regional population of roughly 3.5 million—is migrating through Yellowstone once again. Every summer, these reckless beasts travel from diverse environments across the earth (sometimes solo, sometimes in large herds) to disrupt the delicate balance of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. They’re an unmistakable species: disease-ridden, dangerous, unbelievably loud, and historically […]