Environment Education Articles for Teachers
What’s better than a lazy summer afternoon spent at the local swimming hole or under a shady canopy at the park? When was the last time you hiked or biked through a local park, or simply enjoyed the serene atmosphere that an out-of-the-way park bench offers? July is National Park and Recreation ...
What is Arbor Day? Arbor Day was first celebrated in 1972 in honor of the Arbor Day Foundation’s centennial. Its mission is to impact the world through conservation and education. It is the largest non-profit organization dedicated to planting and nurturing trees in the country. The foundation i...
What is Keep America Beautiful? If you’re old enough, you may remember a commercial depicting a Native American shedding a single tear over the treatment of our natural environment. That commercial was one of many advertisements endorsing green thinking, recycling, and environmental protection p...
Earth Day is just around the corner. While it's usually a one-day event, it doesn't have to be. In honor of Earth Day, you can launch an environmentally-focused project that will help learners hone important skills and be beneficial to the community. It's a win/win proposition. Ask Your Class to...
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