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.



Canada's Outdoor Learning Store sells a variety of book bundles, guides, and kits to aid educators in taking learning outdoors. Search the shop by seasons, themes, type, language, and age...

 


 

The Indigenous Games for Children Resource is a collection of traditional Indigenous games and activities to help introduce or reconnect...

 


 

This comprehensive website provides helpful foundational knowledge to educators to begin to implement Indigenous ways of knowing into their every day teaching. Empowering the Spirit...

 


 

Common Ground is a documentary-drama that depicts an interaction between an Aboriginal Hunter and an Alberta Fish and Wildlife Officer. Featuring commentary from traditional...

 


 

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

 


 

A web resource containing a guide to culturally important Blackfoot plants by season. 

 


 

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...

 


 

Discovering the Arctic Learn about arctic wildlife, challenges, people, and research.

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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,...

 


 

The guide focuses specifically on how to help engage First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) youth to take action to create change...

 


 

This Grade 4 inquiry was developed in collaboration with the Kainai Board of Education and Galileo Educational Network. The webpage includes curricular connections, information, examples, and...

 


 

Developed in partnership by NASA and Salish Kootenai College, Living Landscapes contains valuable learning units for teaching high school students about climate change and its impact on Indigenous communities. The resource also contains a...

 


 

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...

 


 

Walking Together is a resource developed for teachers to help increase their understanding of Indigenous perspectives. Topics include Traditional Environmental Knowledge...

 


 

The Niitsitapiisini Teacher Toolkit comes in two parts. The Blackfoot Culture section of the toolkit provides an overview of the culture and history of the...

 


 

With water testing kits available in English and French, teachers can order a kit or request a sponsored kit and potentially receive it for free! Students in Grades 4-12...

 


 

The Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley has downloadable lesson plans about wildlife, conservation, and climate change for Kindergarten to Grade 9 science and social...

 


 

For generations, the relationship between Aboriginal people and the rest of Canada has been damaged. Can water be the common ground that begins to reconcile this relationship?

We think so. Watch the films. Teach the Curriculum. Begin the...

 


 

The Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada is an interactive website that allows students and teachers to explore First Nations, Métis, and Inuit history and contemporary...