The mission of Earth Ranger Clubs is to educate young students about biodiversity, inspire them to adopt sustainable behaviors, and empower them to become involved in protecting the environment. We provide free materials, including an online account to track achievements and access environmental-based lessons, activities, and worksheets.
A new hands-on environmental STEM enrichment curriculum using the documentary Point of No Return – the gripping story of the first solar powered flight around the world – as a dynamic jumping off point to inspire K-12 students to innovate and collaborate towards sustainable solutions.
The Nature Conservancy’s newest Nature Lab Virtual Field Trip, Changing Climate, Changing Cities: A Virtual Field Trip From Phoenix to Shenzhen, + Teacher Guide is for educators of students in third through eighth grades.
The Coastal Resilience Education Toolkit is an interactive learning guide that consists of seven activities, all built on the idea that experiential learning is the best way to build a relationship between students and the urban marine environment surrounding them. These activities, full of games, experiments, and pre-recorded content, can work in-sequence with one another, or stand on their own, depending on the needs and abilities of your students. Each lesson plan consists of an overview of the activity, list of materials, detailed procedures, post-activity recommendations for further learning, and background for educators.
The Cumberland River Compact in Nashville, Tennessee has launched a webpage with science lesson plans designed specifically for virtual and hybrid learning. Each lesson includes content that can be presented in asynchronous and synchronous learning time. Lessons span K-12 science and environmental education concepts.
EE Newsletter Program for 2nd-8th grade students providing 18 lessons on climate change including (but not limited to) the modern-day climate movement and past colonization, displacement due to natural disasters, greenhouse gases, educating females, and aquaponics.
Addressing Climate Change can be super hard, so WOURLD offers the opportunity for everyone to contribute with something that is simple and easy as a starting point. Who doesn't love trees?? Track how much carbon dioxide your tree removes from the atmosphere, and track your behaviors and add that to it as well while you learn about tree science and how trees help support our planet. Go check it out and get started at their main website here: www.itswourld.com
WWF has collaborated with Climate Action Project to create a comprehensive resource for educators aimed at giving you confidence to prepare lessons, lead discussions and respond to questions from your class, avoiding the pitfalls of this complicated and emotional issue.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia is proud to present a new virtual resource for teachers which covers the topic "All About Owls". In this course, there are worksheets, videos, presentations, activities and resources that teachers can use at their own pace with their class.