Enterprise in Space and Remember the Rainforest, an Eco education project have joined forces to create Earth Science lessons K-12. EIS strongly endorses the preservation, celebration, and renewal of our Earth.
This resource includes a wealth of information including how you can incorporate lessons on plastic pollution into your curriculum during Climate Education Week (or any day of the year!). The variety of age appropriate activities provides a broad overview of the environmental issues surrounding the production, use, and disposal of plastic products. By understanding the complete life cycle of plastic products we use every day, we can begin to understand the impacts those products have on our climate, our environment, and our bodies.
NOAA has posted the files for a great new classroom/teacher/community workshop resource for coastal cities: Beat the Uncertainty. Planning Climate Resilient Cities. This simulation has been field-tested with many education groups and is a great way to start conversations about making cities more resilient to climate impacts.
The Secrets of the Forest series was written with 2 main purposes in mind.
1. To offer parents, teachers, scout leaders, and outdoor educators a guide to engage their students in Nature . . . at a time when our young ones so desperately need this connection, as does Nature itself.
2) To win over a new generation of environmental advocates who will look after this world.
KoiKiwi is a website of ecological games for kids, our idea is to teach kids about global warming, carbon emission, pollution and other environmental issues by designing games which make it fun for the kids to play when learning.
Journey 2050 is a free agriculture education program that challenges participants to answer the question “How will we sustainably feed 9 billion people by the year 2050?” Using an inquiry based approach the program encourages students to make decisions and adjust them as they see their impact on society, the environment and the economy at a local and global scale.
This activity book teaches elementary age students about the various ways the EPA and the states work together to protect the environment, wildlife, and health of our country through coloring pages, puzzles, and games.