Coming to Your School 

We have developed a program that can be offered for every grade level.  Each lesson is specifically tailored to the CA Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.  We have already done all the work of identifying the criteria that each lesson meets. In order for your students to truly get the most out of the program, we suggest you use all 3 lessons. This includes one recommended field trip to the Gibbon Conservation Center, along with two offsite lessons at your school.  It is set up for a Pre-visit, On-site, & Post-visit.  If the field trip is not an option, three lessons can be given at the school. The lessons take about 45 minutes and can be administered to multiple classes or grade levels in the same day.  If you would like to attempt to teach the lessons yourself, we have a recommended reading list and are happy to answer any questions you may have. Some teachers have even chosen to expand the program by expanding on the concept of conservation.  Any way you choose, we will do our best to help.  Please feel free to take a look at the lessons and our blog.  Our goal is to make this journey fun, so ask us if you have questions and share if you have any suggestions!   

Donating an off-site school visit includes transportation to the school. As well as any materials needed during the visit.

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Gibbon Conservation Center

Our mission is to promote the conservation, study and care of gibbons through public education and
habitat preservation.

 

Phone: 661-296-2737

Email: alma@gibboncenter.org

Location: 19100 Esguerra Road,
Santa Clarita, CA 91390

Mailing Address: 
PO Box 800249,
Santa Clarita, CA 91380

 

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Made Possible By 

This website and free use of material was made possible by the 

 

Ahmanson Foundation 2014

and 

Newhall Foundation 2014

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