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Curriculum Kits

There are many resources available for FREE.


  • Request Form PDF Document - for kits, curriculum guides, and classroom publications


These kits contain materials, equipment and activities to do a unit on a particular subject. Kits can be borrowed for 2 weeks at a time and can be picked up at and returned toFish and Game headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH. Use the order form to contact us with questions.


  • Track Kit - Contains rubber tracks and sign of many wildlife species; includes activities and overheads to help teach about New Hampshire’s wildlife. This compliments the track activity from Project WILD.
  • Fur Kit - Many species of New Hampshire wildlife are elusive and difficult to see. The kit enables students to examine 14 common species’ pelts up close. It is a good complement to the track kit.
  • Furbearer Fundamentals – (Targets middle school students) Furbearers are those mammals that have traditionally been trapped for their fur. Kit contains pelts, scat, tracks and skulls of fourteen furbearers found in the northeast. Suggested interdisciplinary unit plans, activities, field guides, keys, and fact sheets are included to support teaching the three sub-themes:
    • Natural history of furbearers
    • History of furbearers, including their connection to the changing landscape and the development of the U.S.
    • Wildlife management techniques.
  • Moose hide, skull, and antlers - borrow a moose hide, skull, and antler kit for hands-on learning. Please note, this kit comes in a large, heavy tote.
  • Moose skull - borrow a genuine female moose skull and assorted bones for hands-on learning.

Curriculum Guides to Order (free!) [order form PDF Document]

  • Discover Spring Wetlands - This curriculum focuses on what wetlands are and why they are important. Activities include guided imagery and spring peeper survey. Grade Level: 2-5.
  • Black Bear - A unit on black bear designed for elementary students. Grade Level: 2-4.
  • Rabies - Raises student awareness of rabies, its carriers, spread and safety. Grade level: K-6.


Curriculum Guides to Download

  • Endangered Animals PDF Document A thematic unit for elementary school students on endangered species. The unit includes activities to help student understand why and how animals become endangered.
  • Project Osprey - Focuses on osprey as a species of concern. Activities include background and natural history information, threats and management strategies. Grade level: 5-9.
  • Field Investigation PDF Document Using Outdoor Environments to Foster Student Learning of Scientific Processes


Publications - for download OR to order in classroom quantity [order form PDF Document]