Let nature be your classroom with Project Learning Tree Canada’s new Explore Your Environment: K-8 Activity Guide. Our supplementary curriculum is easy to integrate into your existing lessons as the activities incorporate math, science, language arts, social studies, and more. Download free, hands-on activities to try with your students, plus get 20% off the complete guide using coupon code B2S20!
Build collaboration, creativity, problem-solving, and STEM skills when you introduce your students to nature. Try three free Project Learning Tree activities with your students!
✔ 50 multidisciplinary activities
✔ Background information, worksheets, and assessments
✔ Ways to connect students to nature and the outdoors in both rural and urban areas
✔ Ideas for enhancing and extending the activities
✔ Activities to enhance lesson plans about ecosystems, patterns, biodiversity, and more
“The K-8 Activity Guide, “Explore your Environment” is perfect for all educators looking for a way to integrate cross-curricular lessons that implement ideas of forest literacy and environmental conservation. The guide is highly adaptable to meet each educator’s unique needs and provides the necessary resources and background information to create successful and meaningful lessons. The guide contains hands-on activities and incorporate elements of the inquiry process that learners of all ages can engage with.”
“PLT Canada is a tremendous resource for educators when it comes to teaching environmental education in a cross-curricular manner. Each activity and lesson is carefully designed to align with multiple curriculum areas such as science, language arts, social studies, arts education, and more. It helps me as a teacher to seamlessly integrate environmental education into my daily lessons and enrich the learning experience for students.”
Get your feet wet and try these fun
and free activities with your students!
Grades K-2: Backyard Naturalist
Grades 3-5: Charting Biodiversity
Grades 6-8: Field, Forest, and Stream
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