NH Audubon offers education programs for children of all ages. Our hands-on, inquiry-based programs correlate with the NH Frameworks for Science Literacy are offered at our Centers or at your location. Many of our educational offerings feature live animals. Groups we serve include the following:
- Schools (Pre K-12)
- Daycare/Preschool Groups
- Home school groups
- Scout and church groups
For detailed information about program offerings, please download our NH Audubon Education Program Catalog.
Daycare and Preschool Groups
Visit our Daycare and Preschool page to see the latest list of education programs.
Home School Families
Home school parents can find programs specifically design for home school students and families.
Custom Education Programs
We can also work together to customize a program for a specific topic or age group. Please contact our Center Program Directors to discuss your ideas.
NH Audubon offers professional development opportunities for PreK to 8th grade educators. Our training provides opportunities for educators to experience and consider ways to extend their classroom to the natural world. Our training will cover important content for required science subjects and in some training we’ll share ways to incorporate science into the standard subjects of math, language arts, and social studies.
Grade K- 4
Wings at Your Window: Extending Curricula with Bird Observations
- October 2 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the McLane Center in Concord
- October 9 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the Massabesic Center in Auburn
Grade K – 5
Integrating Science and Technology: a Natural Connection
- November 13 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the McLane Center in Concord
Visit our Teacher Workshop Page to register for a workshop.
Visit the links below for NH Audubon and environmental education resources or visit the Amoskeag Fishways Teachers Page for information about upcoming training and workshop opportunities.
NH Audubon Ask the Naturalist page contains a wealth of information on a wide range of topics, including bird feeding, hawk watching, New Hampshire snakes, spiders, turtles, and much more.