We have your next lesson plan all set

by OBDK on January 27, 2021

Teaching kids is hard. They’re interested in different topics, they learn in different ways, and having classes electronically, outside of the classroom, can be very difficult! 


What if there was an interesting, engaging way to teach kids about wolves and their history within the United States?


We have one for you. Your next lesson plan is all set. 


The Great Wolf Divide: A Predator’s Dilemma is a film from Sawtooth Legacy Films that asks the question: can humans peacefully coexist with wolves and other predators?

You’re taken through the complicated history of wolves in the United States and the various arguments that people pose in support of and against wolves. This film covers why humans’ relationship with wolves has been so fraught. 


These questions and more are answered through the lens of both packs that used to live at the Wolf Education and Research Center, the Sawtooth Pack: Wolves of the Nez Perce and the Owyhee Pack. 


Hear from a variety of experts from the Wolf Center and other organizations and businesses to learn: 

  • The history of wolves as being painted as the villain

  • The impact wolves have on the ecosystem

  • How their reintroduction to Idaho affected the populations in other states like Oregon

  • How wolves have improved the life of our waterways and how that affects fishermen


The Great Wolf Divide explains how industry, agriculture, and wildlife are all affected by the balance that wolves bring to their environment. 


It’s an easy-to-understand film and packed with information to make it both educational and fun. It's great for both visual and auditory learners, and at 45 minutes it’s a perfect class activity in the classroom or via video chat. 


It’s yours for only $8. Get it here and breathe easy knowing you have one less thing to worry about. 

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