Welcome to Nature Source - Alberta Parks' new education portal! Explore resources and activities for both formal educators and families to deliver home-based learning. Some of our resources are also designed to support curriculum outcomes. Comments or suggestions are welcomed and can be sent to Kananaskis.Education@gov.ab.ca
Explore photos and videos that showcase wildlife in our parks through the seasons. Check back regularly as we update the album through the year.
Check out the Alberta Parks blog for stories on birding, stargazing, trip ideas and more!
Explore the Alberta Parks Nature Source YouTube Channel for videos to connect you and your students or children to nature. Check back often, as we'll be posting more soon.
Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai’pi
In 2019, Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai’pi became Alberta's sixth UNESCO World Heritage Site, joining Dinosaur Provincial Park, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Wood Buffalo National Park, Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks and Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.
How is hibernation different from sleep? Which animals hibernate? These activities reflect on how some of Alberta’s wildlife hibernate. From bats to ground squirrels and bears to snakes, each animal’s adaptation to survive winter provides curricular opportunities to explore and to get students outside.Jun 24, 2020
Water – sacred, essential to all life and a theme that permeates throughout Alberta Education’s program of studies. Discover a selection of simple activities, broken down by grade level, to support at home learning. All activities support curriculum outcomes and provide opportunities to connect students to nature.May 05, 2020