Mongabay Kids is a free, nonprofit environmental education platform developed by scientists, conservationists, and journalists. Mongabay Kids creates inspiring nature & conservation media for kids (ages 6-12) and their adults. Visit our website for nature news, lessons, videos, art & craft activities, comics, interviews with conservationists & more!
LiMPETS (Long-term Monitoring Program and Experiential Training for Students) is a citizen science program that monitors the coastal ecosystems of California and helps youth develop a scientific understanding of the ocean.
The Invasive Species Council of British Columbia has developed a new Invasive-Wise Education program to provide BC curriculum-linked lesson plans that can be used in the classroom, at home, and outdoors in the schoolyard or local parks.
Bright Green Future draws on inspiring stories of innovators and activists to make climate solutions accessible for students. The authors, a college professor and journalist, spent 5 years travelling the country to chronicle a renaissance in grassroots climate action. Every chapter provides discussion questions to build lessons and activities.
Fire in the Forest is an exciting and dynamic role-play simulation set in the Amazon rainforest. The simulation is designed to stimulate a fresh and wider understanding of the global significance of the Amazon and the urgent need to address its problems.
League for Green Leaders is an online climate-action competition for children in grades 3-8 that is empowering, playful and action-based. The goal of the program is to make climate action engaging, relevant, and solvable for children.
This program is for teachers in grades 3-6 and uses snow and ice to explore topics in Earth Science, ELA, Math, Technology, Geography and Cultures. A free downloadable student journal is also available for ease of use in the classroom. Some of the activities in this program are inquiry based, allowing your students to ask and answer questions they have regarding the topic. Other activities require research or experiments to find answers you may pose. Some activities need to be completed outside, while others can be completed in the classroom.