This category is a resource for environmental educators that are looking for curriculum materials, which have already been developed, to use in their classrooms or nature centers.
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Air Pollution: What's the Solution?
An educational project for students, grades 6 - 12, that uses online real time data to guide student discovery of the science behind the causes and effects of ground level ozone.
Eelgrass habitat centered curricula emphasizing vocabulary with a student activity and self-test. Grades 7 - 10.
Exploring the Environment
On-line educational modules from the NASA Classroom of the Future.
Gulf of Mexico Educator Resources
A collection of curricula, lesson plans, activities, and tutorials sponsored by the USEPA.
Hands-on Experiments to Test for Acid Mine Drainage
Teaches kids about acid mine drainage and other environmental topics through a series of hands-on experiments.
HLMA's "Sustaining Penn's Woods" curriculum
Pennsylvania-specific forest education program developed for 5th-10th grade teachers to meet PA's academic standards for environment and ecology.
Illinois DNR: Lessons
Activity guides and other materials from the Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources. Topics include ecology, wildlife and water.
The Leopold Education Project
An innovative, critical thinking, conservation and environmental education curriculum based on the classic writings of renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold.
Nature Transformed: The Environment in American History
Teacher resources and topical essays on a wide range of topics in American environmental history.
Information about and sample materials from an interactive, interdisciplinary wildlife conservation and environmental education curriculum. Supported by U.S. natural resource agencies, designed for U.S. K-12 use.
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