Sheridan Joint PLT/WILD/WET: January 29 & 30
Powell PLT/WILD Early Childhood: February 21
Chelsea Prows of Evanston Child Development Center shows off her newly created chirping bird.
Early childhood educators met January 10 for a fun Project Learning Tree & Project WILD early childhood workshop. The workshop was held at the Evanston Boys and Girls Club. Facilitators Lucy Diggins-Wold and Hazel Scharosch led the group of 25 participants in fun, hands-on activities. These activities are geared toward students ages 3-6 and intended to get them outside or bring the environment into their classroom. You can see by the pictures that it was a fun workshop!
The next early childhood workshop that we will hold like this will be February 21 in Powell.
Thank you to the Wold Foundation who recently donated $1000 to Wyoming Project Learning Tree! We are very grateful for their continued support of our organization and mission to promote balanced natural resource curriculum in Wyoming. Their dollars will help us hold two workshops in 2015.
Educators of grades K-12 students gathered at the Green River Region Office of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department last weekend for some training on forestry and wildlife. Wyoming Project Learning Tree and Project WILD held the workshop on November 1 & 2 and participants enjoyed fun, hands-on activities designed to get students outside or bring the outdoors into the classroom. Educators earned one credit hour of Professional Training Standards Board (PTSB) certification and another graduate credit was offered through the University of Wyoming. Participants received 5 curriculum guides and supplements with activities already correlated to Wyoming education standards.