Eager to learn more about wolves through fun activities and inspiring stories? Enjoy the many games, crafts, and wolf facts found on the Wolf Conservation Center's Activities for Kids page. More information about wolves, including answers to commonly asked questions, can be found on the FAQ page.
Hoping to provide wild activities for your children during the COVID-19 pandemic? Download the WCC's free learning packets for children and start virtually exploring!
Meet Some of the WCC's Youth Activists!
Every day, kids and young adults around the world work to save wolves and all wildlife. Meet some "wolf heroes"!
Do you know a child who speaks for wolves? Email [email protected] and they could be featured on our website!
Meet Eleanor! She loves all animals, especially wolves, goats, and coyotes, and she likes to write. One way Eleanor helps wolves is by entering the Mexican wolf pup naming contest each year. In 2017, her name was picked as one of the winners. She suggested the name "Sentinela" because Mexican gray wolves are known as the "sentries of the Southwest."
Meet Turner! Turner has been working to save wolves since he was six years old. After Turner visited the WCC and met Atka, he realized he wanted to teach other kids about the importance of protecting wolves. Turner started a Facebook page entitled Kids for Wolves and began posting important pieces of wolf information. After years of hard work, Turner was invited to meet with Senator Casey of Pennsylvania!
Meet Haley! She thinks wolves are beautiful animals and without wolves, the livestock or prey will grow too large. That’s why Haley doesn’t like to see wolves suffer. She's trying to adopt more and more wolves to help. Haley has adopted 2 WCC wolves so far; Trumpet and Zephyr. Haley taught people about wolves by dressing up for Career Day as a WCC worker and passing out WCC Valentines.
Meet Lukas! Lukas, unlike many kids his age, already knows exactly what he wants to be when he grows up: an environmental scientist. When tasked with picking a topic for his local science fair, Lukas decided to study how a border wall between the United States and Mexico would affect wildlife. He's worried that a wall would disrupt the migratory movements of two of his favorite animals: the jaguar and the Mexican gray wolf.
Activities for Kids
WolfQuest: Survival of the Pack is available for free download!
An immersive, 3D wildlife simulation game, WolfQuest challenges players to learn about wolf ecology by living the life of a wild wolf in Yellowstone National Park. The single-player game consists of two episodes. In the first episode, Amethyst Mountain, players explore the wilderness, hunt elk, and encounter stranger wolves in a quest to find a mate. In the newly released second episode, Slough Creek, players find a den, establish a territory, raise pups and defend them from predators such as coyotes and grizzly bears. Online multiplayer games let up to five players form a pack to explore and hunt together. Visit the Wolf Quest website for more info
- Amazing Ambulation Adaptions
- Wolves Caring for Pups
- Did You Know?
- Foot Facts and Feats
- Human Pack Portrait
- Wolf Pack Portrait
- "The Tracks of My Mind - What's Fact? What's Fiction?" Worksheet
- "The Tracks of My Mind - What's Fact? What's Fiction?" Chart
- Where is Wild? Activity
- Where is Wild? Article
- Where is Wild To You?
- Who Else Lives in My Neighborhood
- The Wild in My Neighborhood
- Wolf Words Activity
- Wolfing Down Dinner
- Word Search