The unique and varied ecosystems found in Alaska provide numerous educational opportunities to bring our largest state into your classroom throughout the year. From the temperate rainforests of the Tongass and Chugach National Forests to the pristine waters of the Arctic Ocean, the geography, climate and wildlife found throughout Alaska will be sure to excite and engage students of all ages.

The Alaska Wild Educator Network includes teachers and educators throughout all 50 states working with students ranging from kindergarten through college. As a free resource, the materials we have developed for the Network are designed to provide a foundation of information which you will be able to build on in the years to come. Our materials and corresponding classroom activities cover four unique areas of Alaska. Join the network here.

Click on the images below for more on each of Alaska’s unique places!
You  can also go straight to an activities page here.

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