A Wyoming-focused Curriculum for Elementary Education
Wyo Wonders is the only elementary education curriculum that is specifically focused on helping students understand Wyoming’s core heritage industries and equipping them with critical thinking skills in the process.view curriculum
created by educators,
This curriculum is a free, ready-to-teach curriculum for Wyoming educators and students grades 2-5 — designed to minimize teacher prep needs and integrate with existing standards to simplify the process. Students will explore Agriculture, Minerals & Energy, and Outdoor Recreation & Tourism throughout the 12 units that include hands-on activities and cross-curricular lessons unique to the state.
Formerly known as the Wyoming Stewardship Project, Wyo Wonders continues the legacy established by years of supporting Wyoming classrooms with stewardship-focused educational resources.
outdoor recreation & tourism
Our Recreation and Tourism modules include hands-on activities that teach students about Wyoming's unique lands, public spaces, and historic sites, emphasizing the importance of these industries to Wyoming's history and economy.
minERALS & Energy
Our Minerals & Energy modules provide students with a comprehensive understanding of energy production in the state, and invites them to actively engage and uncover the significance of these resources to Wyoming.
Our Agriculture modules teach students about the continuing importance of the agricultural sector to Wyoming — exploring everything from livestock and land usage to ranching and range management.
Support & Professional Development
We have a dedicated team of Education Advocates representing every county in the state. Every teacher who uses the Wyo Wonders curriculum is assigned an Education Advocate, who will continue to provide ongoing support. Whether you're looking for information on how to get started, or need help with a specific lesson, our advocates are here to help.learn more