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Web Sites

Support and Curriculum for Classroom or Outdoor Studies

  • Kids Gardening - This site includes classroom projects, thematic explorations, parents' primer, classroom stories activities, kid gardening, FAQs, school greenhouse, guide, exploring hydroponics, pollinator curriculum, harvest of history and mountain adventures.
  • Classroom Earth- sponsored by the National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF) , lists top programs in categories of most popular, rising stars, home school, and for Earth Day.
  • Acorn Naturalists - books, curricula, equipment and supplies for teachers and naturalists of all ages
  • Bullfrog Films - a leading US publisher of independently-produced, environmental videos.
  • Aldo Leopold Education Project - Lessons in the Land Ethic
  • Center for Ecosystem Survival (teacher's guides)

Environmental Education Organizations

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Hands-On Activities for Youth

  • Earth Force - environmental problem-solving program through which middle-school aged youth identify local environmental issues and create lasting solutions to these problems.
  • Student Conservation Association - engaging high school and college students in hands-on service to the land in national parks, national forests, and other public lands.
  • YouthCaN
  • Nature Journal - Make your own nature journal template
  • EarthEasy - Ideas for simple sustainable living
  • Global Teenager Online Forum - opportunity to exchange news about what you are doing to solve global problems in your schools and communities (Endorsed by United Nations Environment Programme)
  • National Envirothon - High school competition offering both in-class curriculum and hands-on field experiences focused around ecology, natural resource management, and current environmental issues.
  • Journey for the Planet - A five week adventure to create an Earth-friendly life.
  • EPA Kids Club - A great site with hands on activities for kids PreK-4th
  • EPA Student Center - Another EPA site geared to middle school students.
  • EPA High School Environmental Center - Resources on environmental issues for high school students.
  • EcoKids - A place for Kids to find out about EE. IT also has a Kids Blog page but it is about what is happening in difference places rather than each kid write something. It also has a section for teachers/adults. Many different areas to use.

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