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Looking for an Environmental Education Curriculum

Hi everyone! I am trying to start an Environmental Education program at my child's elementary school. I currently have the curriculum from Project learning tree, National Wildlife Foundation, and Project Wild. All of them are great, however, I am looking for a curriculum that would be grade specific. Almost like a science curriculum, but completely tailored to Environmental Education. Any ideas? Thanks for the help!

I teach a project based learning outdoor education program for elementary students in San Diego. Most of our curriculum is of my own design but I do have some lesson plans and project plans for enegaging with elementary age students that is grade level specific. I'd love to hear more about your program. How often will you be meeting with students? What are your planned group sizes?

EIS + RTR = STEAM

While developing knowledge and talent for life in Space, Enterprise in Space strongly endorses the preservation, celebration and renewal of our Earth. EIS is a non-profit education project of the National Space Society. Remember the Rainforest designs and promotes Eco education.

EIS has joined forces with RTR to create Earth Science lessons K-12.The newly enhanced lessons redesigned on the robust EIS Academy platform are ready to launch for Earth Day and beyond. They say a picture is worth a thousand words and RTR has collected 10,000 images from the tropical forests of the 1800s. The RTR lessons are based on the Martius-Spix expedition 1817-1820.

http://remembertherainforest.com/shop2/Lessons/lesson.html

Some say the Earth has reached the point of no return. Steven Hawking predicted the Earth will be uninhabitable in 60 years due to Global warming, overpopulation and resource depletion. So why study images of the way it used to be ? Hopefully, studying these RTR images and lessons will encourage students to become activists for the environment.

Surely, future generations who live in Space will treasure these images and lessons, and carry them in their hearts and memories wherever they go. If our future generations of Space travelers ever do find that other blue planet, they will treat it with respect knowing how the Earth used to be. Make time for Ecology lessons. They are a Green Oasis and a meaningful reward for your students any day of the week, anytime of year. Please help us build the Eco curriculum that we have just begun ! STEAM = EIS + RTR

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EIS + RTR = STEAM

While developing knowledge and talent for life in Space, Enterprise in Space strongly endorses the preservation, celebration and renewal of our Earth. EIS is a non-profit education project of the National Space Society. Remember the Rainforest designs and promotes Eco education.

EIS has joined forces with RTR to create Earth Science lessons K-12.The newly enhanced lessons redesigned on the robust EIS Academy platform are ready to launch for Earth Day and beyond. They say a picture is worth a thousand words and RTR has collected 10,000 images from the tropical forests of the 1800s. The RTR lessons are based on the Martius-Spix expedition 1817-1820.

http://remembertherainforest.com/shop2/Lessons/lesson.html

Some say the Earth has reached the point of no return. Steven Hawking predicted the Earth will be uninhabitable in 60 years due to Global warming, overpopulation and resource depletion. So why study images of the way it used to be ? Hopefully, studying these RTR images and lessons will encourage students to become activists for the environment.

Surely, future generations who live in Space will treasure these images and lessons, and carry them in their hearts and memories wherever they go. If our future generations of Space travelers ever do find that other blue planet, they will treat it with respect knowing how the Earth used to be. Make time for Ecology lessons. They are a Green Oasis and a meaningful reward for your students any day of the week, anytime of year. Please help us build the Eco curriculum that we have just begun ! STEAM = EIS + RTR

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Office presentation icon playbrazil-rtr.ppt2.02 MB