Teaching Kits for Teachers and Students

Alaska Department of Fish and Game educators have developed the following kits to provide students with hands-on learning opportunities. Kits are available on loan for two weeks at a time. The borrower pays for return shipping as necessary. Click on the 'region' you live in found on the map below to explore the kits in your area.

If you are looking for other educational kits available statewide, beyond those developed by ADF&G, download the Educational Science Kits in Alaska list here.

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Serving communities in Southeast Alaska.

Call 907-465-4292 or email Abby.McAllister@alaska.gov

Serving the communities in Southcentral Alaska.

Alaska Resources Library & Information Services 907-272-7547 fms@arlis.org
(ARLIS manages Region 2 kits and has an extensive loaning inventory of natural materials beyond the kits listed below. Find the entire list here: https://www.arlis.org/fsbfm/)

Suite 111 Library Building
3211 Providence Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508
Trail Camera kits: ADF&G Anchorage call 907-267-2216 or email Brenda.Duty@alaska.gov

Serving communities in Interior Alaska.

Front Desk Staff ADF&G, 907-459-7306 Fairbanks, AK or email Mike.Taras@alaska.gov

Serving communities from Palmer, north to Glennallen and west to the Aleutians.

Front Desk Staff ADF&G, Palmer, AK Call 907-746-6300 or email Burl.Dickman@alaska.gov

Serving communities in Western Alaska.

Keane.Richards@alaska.gov ADF&G Nome, AK or call 907-443-8196

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Loon Kit
Loon Kit
Tracks Kit
Tracks Kit
Skull Kit
Skull Kit
Birds Kit
Birds Kit
Horns and Antlers Kit
Horns and Antlers Kit
Permafrost Kit
Permafrost Kit
Bear Kit
Bear Kit
Trail Camera Kit
Trail Camera Kit
Fur Kit
Fur Kit
Raptor Kit
Raptor Kit
Aquatic Insect Kit
Aquatic Insect Kit
Elk Kit
Elk Kit
Wolf Kit
Wolf Kit