An introduction for making links to the BC curriculum when developing a Wild Voices for Kids program.
Use the summaries below to begin to connect your Wild Voices program to the BC curriculum.
Connection points may include:
- Big Ideas: generalizations & principles – what students will understand
- Curricular Competencies: skill, strategies & process – what students will be able to do
- Content: topics – what students will know
Examples of big ideas, curricular competencies, and content that may be relevant to your Wild Voices program are included in the summaries below.
A summary of the BC science curriculum for grades K – 3.
A summary of the BC science curriculum for grades 4 – 6.
A summary of the BC science curriculum for grades 7 – 9.
Information on the curriculum including an orientation guide and helpful pages that enable you to browse, filter, and search the curriculum.
To further explore curriculum connections or to support program development.
Accessible resources including assessment tools, curriculum summaries, and unit plans.
A summary of the BC curriculum for grades K – 9 sorted by subject.
The Kootenay-Boundary Environmental Education Initiative’s website includes an Inspiration Handbook of curricular ideas and resources, and an video series highlighting place-based education across the region.
A searchable database of lesson plans, how-to guides and research on topics such as climate, conservation and outdoor learning & play.