For Educators

Engaging people of all ages is key to protecting BC’s amazing biodiversity by preventing the spread of invasive species.

ISCBC’s education resources support educators and students in environmental learning, outdoor field experiences and conservation in their communities. Invasive species, unlike many large-scale environmental issues, are something that youth can actually do something about, in a hands-on, experiential way! The following resources provide a range of activities that will engage your students, help them investigate invasive species and their impacts and take action to prevent their spread. The activities align well with BC’s prescribed curriculum and offer some great project-based learning opportunities.

Grades K to 10

Aquatic Invaders: An Activity Package for Teachers and Youth Leaders

Grades 3 to 7 / ages 7 to 12

Don’t Let It Loose Aquarium Poster – Single Activity Guide

Ages 5 to 14

Invader Rangers – Youth Against Invasive Plants Youth Activity Book

Intermediate: Grades 6–8

Musical Mussels – Individual Activity Guide

K–4

Native and Invasive Plants, An Exploration – Single Activity Guide

Ages 5–7

Tackle Invasive Species “Hands-on” with your Students! Education Activities and Teacher Resources

Grades K to 10

Take Action Against Invasive Species – An Educator’s Resource

Ages 10 to 18

Create Your Own Field Guide Educational Activity – Indigenous Resource – Single Activity Guide

Ages 12 to 18

Past Present Future Educational Activity – Indigenous Resource – Single Activity Guide

Grades K to 10

Agriculture, Invasive Species and the Cariboo – Take Action! – Youth Activity Guide