Mi María: Surviving the Storm is a new oral history book that amplifies Puerto Ricans' first-person stories in the aftermath of Hurricane María, exploring how communities come together in the wake of disaster, how government neglect impacts recovery, and how precarity is exacerbated for those on the frontlines of the climate crisis. There are also corresponding free lesson plans available for educators to bring these narratives into the classroom and teach about the climate crisis, colonialism, representation, migration, disaster response, and more.
Are you a mentor or teacher-leader who wants to field test curriculum for a short documentary film about entomologists and share it with 10 other teachers? Most activities are done outdoors! $500 stipend included.
A free set of resources for Primary and Secondary that will help teachers to explore COP26 and the climate emergency with their students. Schools are invited to run a COP26 assembly, a mini climate summit, and a climate action workshop that will lead to students, staff and the school itself committing to positive action for the planet.
Our World is an online climate education platform that provides free, solutions-first climate change lessons to middle school students, with the goal of connecting them to their personal impact and empowering them to develop and implement climate solution projects in their own communities.
Mosquitoes. They're...not so fun in the outdoors. But Prevent & Protect's lesson plans bring the fun in the classroom indoors! Share with your elementary, middle, or high school students about a mosquito's anatomy and life cycle, as well as crucial ways to avoid the spread of mosquito-borne illinesses.
Winston's Wish supports bereaved children, young people, their families and the professionals who support them. This simple hands-on activity looks to insects as a model for to explain the concept of death to young children.
Perfectly in time for National Forest Week, Project Learning Tree’s new Forest Literacy Framework translates the complex language of forests, trees, forest practices, and sustainable forest management into concepts that everyone should know by the time they graduate from high school.