The International Crane Foundation offers many different opportunities for bringing cranes into your classroom. Our programs and resources, including field trips and activity packets, are closely linked to National Academic Standards and Wisconsin’s Model Academic Standards.
Our educational programs and resources will breathe life into your curriculum by introducing your students to:
- Endangered species management and conservation.
- Biology of cranes.
- Wetland and grassland ecosystems.
- Relationships among cranes, their habitats and people.
- The cultural significance of cranes around the globe, including music and literature.
We invite you to learn more about our multi-disciplinary programs and resources:
- Activity Packets
- Annual Midwest Crane Count
- At Home Education Resources
- Classroom and Youth Group Adopt-a-Crane
- Estuaries in the Balance
- Frequently Asked Questions and Glossary
- School Field Trips
- International Programs
- Origami Cranes
- See How They Grow
- Whooping Crane Trunk
- Whooping Crane Timeline