These are the resources for teaching environmental education to K to 12 students and other audiences. Use the filters on the left to refine your search.



Toronto Outdoor Education Schools has put together a searchable database of outdoor education activities for all grades and subject areas. 

 


 

As a botanist, Robin Wall Kimmerer has been trained to ask questions of nature with the tools of science. As a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, she embraces the notion that plants and animals are our oldest teachers. In Braiding Sweetgrass,...

 


 

Choose your Voice and Voices into Action are two free online resources filled with curriculum based lesson-plans for teachers based on social justice issues and environmental justice issues, including Residential Schools, Chinese Head Tax, Japanese...

 


 

 

Lesson Plan for Gr 5-8

This module was developed by the U.S. Department of Energy to teach about ...

 


 

The Canadian Network for Ocean Education provides toolkits for all Grade levels in a variety of subject areas featuring hands on activities and videos. Another resource is Ocean Education...

 


 

Solar in the Schools provides 10 free lessons complete with videos, readings, quizzes exercises and discussion forums. The lessons are written at the high school level...

 


 

The Learn at Home resources topics include oceans, biodiversity, mapping, citizen science, extreme weather, energy efficiency, agriculture,...

 


 

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the BC Teachers’ Federation have teamed up to create free classroom-ready materials that help students engage with the two great inconvenient...

 


 

The Nature For All Discovery Zone is a searchable database of videos, lesson plans, comic books, and colouring books to help connect people with nature, instill a love of nature...

 


 

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The Into Nature guide from Back to Nature Network contains helpful tips on how to start an...

 


 

Add your class to the Junior Water Walkers! Use the activity ideas in the four pillars: Connect, Reflect, Respect, and Protect, and then commit to protecting...

 


 

Land Talk is an interactive map showcasing stories from around the world about how the land has changed. On its own, this is an excellent historic resource to study how areas have changed. ...

 


 

Earth School by TedEd is a collection of short videos and lessons organized by the following topics:

  • The Nature of Our Stuff
  • The Nature of Society
  • The Nature of...

 


 

BioKits are interactive activity books that can be printed and taken with your class on any outing in the community or natural parks!...

 


 

The Wild Center provides a list of climate change education resources for students, teachers, and the public. They also have a...

 


 

The Climate Generation resource library provides climate literacy materials and climate action tools for audiences of all ages, including lesson plans, toolkits, and...

 


 

GreenLearning offers numerous curriculum-based lesson plan modules for teachers in a variety of topics and grade levels. 

Re-Energy - Learn how to build solar ovens, wind turbines, and hydro...

 


 

CAWST Wavemakers has Teacher Resources and Learning tools for Grades 1-12 for students to explore water and sanitation issues in developing countries and how this can relate to their local...