Remember the Rainforest, Eco ed K-12 free online

Resource

RTR1 is a family project inspired by our daughter who was an Eco educator in the Amazon. She introduced us to the work of the explorers of the 1800s. These naturalists went to South America to record and classify the wildlife. Exploring even one page of the explorers’ journals will raise Eco awareness.

http://remembertherainforest.com/shop2/rtr1/ebook/etchcoms/co28c.html

Click on Latin plant and animal names.

Choose from an extensive index for reports and projects.

http://remembertherainforest.com/shop2/rtr1/ebook/indexpaidfoldercopy/indexoctober.html

RTR1 is also a resource for lessons :

http://remembertherainforest.com/shop2/rtr1/Lessons/lesson.html

There’s even a lesson on biodiversity  K-12 that doesn’t need words :

http://remembertherainforest.com/shop2/rtr1/a_galleries/gallery_animalfam2/gallery_insects/index.htm

Please help us get this important information into your schools’ approved curriculum in time for Earth Day planning !

**Comments about Remember the Rainforest **

Ken Higgins, regional director and founder of Green Schools Alliance :

“I did open the link, and it is very impressive. I passed it along to our lower school and middle school science teachers, and have posted it with my sustainability educators group in New York.”

Robert Fox, education director Da Vinci Science Center : “ Fantastic !”

Dr. Aaron L. Smith, author of Awakening Your STEM School :

“I would be honored to put it on the website.  Think it has a lot of value and can help a lot of students/teachers.”

There are 10,000 downloadable images at Remember the Rainforest…imagine the bulletin boards your students can create !