Meghan Bergeron

Canyon Field School @Home: Ecology

Meghan Bergeron


Canyon Field School @Home brings geology, ecology, human history, and dark skies curriculum to parents, educators, clubs, and children through online videos and downloadable activity booklets. These fun and focused learning tools double as a universal window through which STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) fields of study are connected to the natural world.


What to expect

In this module, students will learn about ecology at Grand Canyon National Park.

Broken up into five segments, the curriculum will teach students:

  • About adaptations animals need to survive in various environments 
  • How things found in nature can be sorted and classified using common attributes
  • That an ecosystem is a community of living organisms
  • How nature in our communities and backyards can be used to make art
  • About the important role plants, animals, insects, and humans play in an ecosystem 

Each segment has its own learning outcome and varies from hands-on application to exploring relative items found in your backyard, neighborhood, or local community.

To access this module, click the button below and fill out your contact information. A link to the downloadable PDF will be provided after you click submit. Please note, all segments are combined into one single document for easy downloading.

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GIF of each cover of the ecology module

Program Content

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