Make your classroom the wildest place in school with Audubon’s learning resources! Engaging activities, environmental lesson plans, and more are available for you to enhance your curriculum and lesson planning. Our resources provide tools to connect students with the natural world, inspire learners to take action to help their community, and expand the world of good teachers are already doing by empowering optimism.
We are currently offering in-person and virtual school programs. For information about requesting admission tickets for school groups, please visit our Group Tickets page here.
Our virtual programs are ideal for classrooms, homeschoolers, and other small group settings, each 45-minute program includes interaction with Audubon educators and unique experiences with ambassador animals that live at Audubon Zoo. These programs feature science topics aligned with Louisiana State Science Standards and are specifically designed for K-12 classrooms.
Petite Pierre and the Floating March
Connect Your Students with the Beauty and Importance of Louisiana’s Wetlands.
Petit Pierre and the Floating Marsh was created through a partnership with Audubon Nature Institute and the New Orleans Pelicans. With this heartwarming story about a pelican and his wetland friends, Audubon and the Pelicans hope to encourage reading. Proceeds from Petit Pierre and the Floating Marsh support wetland education initiatives.
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Enrich your trip to the zoo by bringing our "Activity Backpack". Each backpack includes activities to do at the zoo and can be finished at home.