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Teacher.org Environmental Lesson Plans

teacher.org

This day and age, it seems as though more and more children are disconnected from nature. However, our future leaders need to be equipped for tomorrow's challenges. As teachers, it is important that we prepare our children for the future...

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The Complete Guide to Growing Your Own Organic Food

Eckman

Organic food has always been viewed as the healthy option, but only in recent years has the notion become a nationwide phenomenon. In the past, organic food was somewhat of a fad and although the principles were practiced, it was by no means...

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Twenty Kids Videos about Sustainability

Twenty Kids Videos about Sustainability

Sustainability Hub

Sustainability Hub is the largest sustainability video archive on the web for those seeking to live more sustainably. A sustainable lifestyle is the answer to slowing global climate change and living a happier and healthier life.

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Green Living: A Family Guide to Going Green

Green Living: A Family Guide to Going Green

Scholastic Canada

There are hundreds of fun ways your kids can work together to protect the planet! Try these activities and books to help your family act green!

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Nature Biokit

Nature Biokit

Environment Canada

Will you be visiting a national park or heading out to the country? Are you interested in unlocking a few of nature's mysteries during your visit? Then this activity-filled BioKit is for you! A diagnostic tool to evaluate the biodiversity...

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Biosphere Biokits Activity Guide for Educators

Biosphere Biokits Activity Guide for Educators

Environment Canada

Published by Environment Canada's Biosphere, in collaboration with its valuable partners, the BioKits serve as guides enabling participants to explore Canada?s biodiversity in a fun and interactive manner at any time of year. They are...

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Green Teacher Magazine

Green Teacher Magazine

Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication (EECOM)

Green Teacher is a Canadian non-profit?magazine for youth educators, whether inside or outside schools. Four times a year, Green Teacher publishes innovative ideas and activities for promoting environmental literacy and global...

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Planet Earth

Planet Earth

BBC Video

The makers of The Blue Planet present the epic story of life on Earth. Narrated by David Attenborough, Five years in production, over 2000 days in the field, using 40 cameramen filming across 200 locations, this is the ultimate portrait of...

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Wilderness Awareness School

Wilderness Awareness School

Wilderness Awareness School

Wilderness Awareness School is an environmental education organization based in Duvall, Washington. They are dedicated to caring for the earth and our children by fostering understanding and appreciation of nature, community and...

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Marsh Monsters

Marsh Monsters

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Learn about the tiny creatures that make up the amazing diversity of life in a wetland. Students will take samples of water collected from Wascana Marsh and investigate both the living and non-living properties that they find.

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Life in a Bottle

Life in a Bottle

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Create your own ecosystem! Learn about the complex relationship between the living and non-living components of a habitat as you create your own terrarium. Students will also explore traditional world views on the interdependence of...

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Habitat: Earth Workshop

Habitat: Earth Workshop

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Our climate is changing and the habitat we call earth is being affected. Explore the earth as a habitat by investigating the biomes of plants, animals and insects.

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Sustainable Ecosystems Workshop

Sustainable Ecosystems Workshop

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Become a wetland biologist for a day! Learn how scientists collect and use data by making observations and carrying out testing using real scientific tools. In this outdoor workshop we'll explore the wetland habitat of Wascana Marsh.

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Eco-Exploration Workshop: Go! Science Outreach

Eco-Exploration Workshop: Go! Science Outreach

Saskatchewan Science Centre

The Eco Exploration program aims to teach youth about their ecoregion through weather patterns and the local plant and animal species. Students will research climate change, emphasizing traditional knowledge and exploring the...

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Trails to Tomorrow: Guided Tour of the Life Sciences Gallery

Trails to Tomorrow: Guided Tour of the Life Sciences Gallery

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

This is a one-hour study of the Life Sciences Gallery. The tour introduces students to Saskatchewan's natural diversity and explores human impact on nature. Tours are 45 to 60 minutes in length. Tours are adjusted to the age of the...

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Teacher Loan Kits

Teacher Loan Kits

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Loan Kits are packages containing specimens, books, activities and other materials designed to be used in the classroom. Teachers do not have to book a program at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum to borrow a Loan Kit. They are available to...

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Boreal Watershed Monitoring Project

Boreal Watershed Monitoring Project

Saskatchewan Environmental Society

The?Boreal Water Monitoring project is a partnership between SES, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, the University of Saskatchewan, and the elders, teachers, and students at each participating school. Students from several...

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Wilderness Preserved: Nature Saskatchewan Sanctuaries

Wilderness Preserved: Nature Saskatchewan Sanctuaries

Nature Saskatchewan

Nature Saskatchewan administers six sanctuaries as conservation areas, to prevent development, preserve habitat and for the enjoyment of its members and the general public. Although none are posted with 'No Trespassing' signs, to...

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