My Book of the Four Seasons: A Paper Bag Book
A paper bag book is a fun homemade book for kids to make. Put one together and then fill the pages and pockets with information about the four seasons.
16 Science Kits for Middle & High School That Make Hands-on Lessons Easy
Perfect for distance learning or in the classroom.
How Nature Can Help Fight Climate Change • The National Wildlife Federation Blog
America’s forests, wetlands, oceans, and plains are critical to the success of any climate change policy. These landscapes have the potential to capture and store vast amounts of carbon – …
Garden Grant: Carton 2 Garden Contest
The Carton 2 Garden Contest makes a great class project. Repurpose milk and juice cartons by creatively incorporating them into a new or existing school garden project and win one of fifteen cash prizes for your school! Register today.
Recycling Labels Visual Prompts for Students
I have found these posters have been a great help to my students to learn how to sort their recycling properly. We use it in our classroom and the whole school to help give children a visual prompt for where appropriate materials go. Primary, Junior, Int
Food Waste, the environment + Climate Change
Stopping climate change and protecting the environment are among the greatest challenges of our time, and food waste is a major contributor to both of these issues. How, you might ask? When food ends up in a landfill, it creates methane, a greenhouse gas 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide. In fact, if global food waste were measured as a country, it would be the world’s third worst emitter of greenhouse gases. But this isn’t all. When food gets wasted, we’re also wasting all of the…
The Monarch Butterfly Host Plant: Milkweeds and How to Grow Them From Seed
There are many species of perennial milkweeds that can serve as a monarch butterfly host plant. Learn which are the best and how to grow them from seed.
Eco-Schools USA October Newsletter • The National Wildlife Federation Blog
If you’re trying to be normal you will never know how amazing you can be. ~Maya Angelou The end of September saw youth around the world organize, speak and march, …