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Reptile & Amphibian Curriculum Guide

Teach Students about New Jersey's Reptiles and Amphibians with this unique New Jersey specific curriculum resource package


The Reptiles and Amphibians of New Jersey Resource Package for Teachers is a compilation of teaching tools to help educate students about New Jersey's wildlife.

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The Resource Package included:

  • The Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of New Jersey
  • The Field Guide to Salamanders, Frogs, and Toads of New Jersey's Vernal Pools (out of print)
  • The Calls of New Jersey Frogs & Toads CD
  • The curriculum guide, Teaching Students About New Jersey's Reptiles and Amphibians in the Field & Classroom, a comprehensive teacher's guide in both hardcover and CD versions filled with photos, illustrations, and 10 innovative lesson plans and activities designed for students in grades 5 to 9

Teachers can obtain the The curriculum guide, Teaching Students About NJ's Reptiles and Amphibians in the Field & Classroom, for no charge by contacting Maria Grace at (609) 984-0621.

The Reptile and Amphibian Field Guide and Calls of Frogs & Toads CD is available for purchase through our online store.

The Vernal Pool guide is unfortunately out of print.


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609.984.0621

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