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Environmental Activities for Families

Project Learning Tree

Nature is a great teacher!  Try these activity ideas from Project Learning Tree to connect the children in your life to the outdoors and nature.

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

A resource for kids, parents, and teachers to find fun and educational materials related to health, science, and the environment we live in today.

Kids for Saving Earth

Since 1989, Kids for Saving Earth has provided “Education into Action” curriculum to thousands of instructors and parents.

At-Home Learning

National Geographic Education

Being at home is a great time to learn. This curated collection for young learners can be implemented at home with minimal supplies and includes engaging, fun, and skill-building lessons in science and more.

North American Association for Environmental Education

NAAEE provides a list of resources designed to keep learners of all ages interested and engaged from hands-on activities and lesson plans to websites and more.

Virtual Field Trips

Take nature adventures sponsored by the National Park Service, the USDA Forest Service, The Nature Conservancy, and more!  Tour national parks, botanical gardens, museums, zoos, aquariums, and farms all online!

Environmental Shows + Resources

Peep and the Big Wide World

One of the first STEM-focused shows for preschool-aged children has a parents page full of resources, about organizing a neighborhood safari, teaching STEM concepts, and videos on supporting your child’s development and learning style.

PBS Kids Plum Landing

Explore nature with your kids!  Discover a world of family science activities! In English and Spanish.

NOVA Planet Earth

Parents and children can explore a range of videos from “Ancient Arctic Animals” to “What it is Like to Live in Antarctica.”

Environmental Activities for Families

Project Learning Tree

Nature is a great teacher!  Try these activity ideas from Project Learning Tree to connect the children in your life to the outdoors and nature.

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

A resource for kids, parents, and teachers to find fun and educational materials related to health, science, and the environment we live in today.

Kids for Saving Earth

Since 1989, Kids for Saving Earth has provided “Education into Action” curriculum to thousands of instructors and parents.

At-Home Learning

National Geographic Education

Being at home is a great time to learn. This curated collection for young learners can be implemented at home with minimal supplies and includes engaging, fun, and skill-building lessons in science and more.

North American Association for Environmental Education

NAAEE provides a list of resources designed to keep learners of all ages interested and engaged from hands-on activities and lesson plans to websites and more.

Virtual Field Trips

Take nature adventures and tour national parks, museums, zoos, aquariums, and farms all online!

Environmental Shows + Resources

Peep and the Big Wide World

One of the first STEM-focused shows for preschool-aged children has a parents page full of resources, about organizing a neighborhood safari, teaching STEM concepts, and videos on supporting your child’s development and learning style.

PBS Kids Plum Landing

Explore nature with your kids!  Discover a world of family science activities! In English and Spanish.

NOVA Planet Earth

Parents and children can explore a range of videos from “Ancient Arctic Animals” to “What it is Like to Live in Antarctica.”

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