TEAM DNR Classroom and Outdoor Programs
TEAM DNR currently offers schools four different classroom programs and one outdoor program. Some programs have pre and post visit activities to enhance the experience of your students. These programs are available upon request of the classroom teacher or school administrator.
When ordering TEAM programs, follow these instructions:
Please note the following guidelines:
- TEAM can do a maximum of 3 of the same programs per day with one exception. For our Maryland Streams II program only 2 per day can be ordered.
- We need to remain in the same classroom for multiple classes.
- Schools can request different programs on separate days.
- Please keep the programs back-to-back when scheduling, with a 10 minute break between classes. It is ok to have a short lunch break between classes, e.g. two classes back-to-back in the a.m., a lunch break, and the last program right after lunch.
- A teacher is required to be in the class at all times during all classroom programs.
- At least 1 teacher and 2 parent chaperones are required for the Streams II field-based program.
- Please be flexible. TEAM is a volunteer-based program. The availability of our volunteer educators determines the extent to which TEAM can provide classroom services.
- If you have students with special needs or if this is a special needs class, please make sure you note this on the Teacher Request Form in the Notes section so that our volunteers will know in advance and can adjust as needed.
Description of TEAM Programs
Chesapeake Bay Watershed
Maryland Streams I
Maryland Streams II
- Aquatic Resource Education
- ARE Grants
- Project Wet
- TEAM DNR
- Raising Horseshoe Crabs
in the Classroom
- Sunfish and Students
Raising Bluegills in the Classroom
- Trout in the Classroom
- Green Eggs & Sand
- Healthy Water,
- Hooked on Fishing
- Storm Drain Stenciling
- "Be a Part of Something BIG!"
- Full List of Programs
- Upcoming Events & Workshops
- Education Homepage
- Indicates that the program is now aligned with Marylandís new Environmental Literacy Standards!