This activity guide is full of fun ways to learn about animal migrations in the US. Designed for elementary age kids, it can be used in a classroom as a worksheet or at home for some easy activity ideas.
Activities included encourage kids to use STEM skills to explore the topic, whether they are using math to plot the coordinates of monarch migration paths, engineering to design their birdfeeder, science to understand the phenomenon of animal migration, or technology to get involved with online citizen science.
Here are a few other resources for investigating animal migration:
- Check out this map of bird migrations to see which migratory paths pass closest to your town.
- Find bird migration forecasts for your region in real time with The Cornell Lab of Ornithology's BirdCast.