A Creation Perspective on Economics, Ecology and Environment
Fisher considers how many features of society (economics) and religion have affected nature in a drastic way. He looks specifically at Christians and ways they can change.
Audubon Society Website
The National Audubon Society provides many free resources about birds, ornithology, and environmental education. There are tips for how to bring nature into the classroom and how to teach outside. They also sell an environmental education program for grades...
Build a Prairie
Grade 1-Grade 8
Simulate the growth of a healthy long grass or short grass North American prairie. If you choose the right plants and animals, you can watch the prairie come to life before your eyes! Further teacher helps and related activities available from the Camp Silos...
Earth Day Network - Lesson Plans and Materials
Climate Education Week curriculum for k-12. Learn all about climate science.
Grade 6-Grade 12
Link to events, activities, articles, eco-info, problem-solving, images and videos about earth week, nature in your backyard, going green, and features resources online.
Environmental Science Education in Seventh-day Adventist Colleges and Universities - A Model Program
"In the developing world it has been traditionally difficult to promote environmental issues with limited resources particularly while meeting the basic demands of a developing society." From this issue Jones has proposed a program that can be used...
Expanding the Garden - A Christian's View of Nature
Zuill looks at the role of the church in the environmental movement. He suggests possible approaches to integrating faith with the study of nature and natural science. The point in the end is to "lead to greater trust in the Creator and better use of...
Flying Wild - Bird Conservation
"Flying WILD, a program of the Council for Environmental Education, introduces students to bird conservation through standards-based classroom activities and environmental stewardship projects. Flying WILD encourages schools to work closely with conservation...
Food Chain - In the Sea and On Land
Grade 5-Grade 8
Examples, with photos, of a food chain on land, and at sea.
Food Chain - Visual Dictionary
The Visual Dictionary shows the order of relationships of predation and dependence among living organisms. All terms are defined.
Grade 6-Grade 8
Information about different types of climates around the globe.
This mini unit on habitats ties into the 1st grade Pathways theme book We All Go On Safari. Students will learn about different habitats, appreciate God's nature, and build a diorama.
How can we make dirty water clean?
Grade 3-Grade 5
Learning about filtration becomes fun through this hands-on, faith-integrated science lab. Multi-grade and inclusion accommodations and cross-curricular integration included.
How Can We Teach Principles and Practices of Environmental Care
In this article, Rodger F. Jones focuses on what Christian educators can do in order to integrate biblical principles, such as service and stewardship, and an appreciation for the aesthetic value of creation, into an environmental science curriculum at various...
Journey North: A Global Study of Wildlife Migration
Grade 1-Grade 12
The Journey North project seeks to engage students in global study of wildlife migration and seasonal changes. Through this interactive program, students are able to connect and collaborate with over 493,000 of their peers worldwide as together they track the wildlife migration in the north and south of monarch butterflies, whooping cranes, bald eagles, caribous, hummingbirds, manatees, robins, gray whales, and much more.
Monterey Bay Aquarium
To inspire conservation of the oceans, this aquarium's website includes facts and history, interactive timeline, statements and maps, oceanography club information for students, volunteer and job opportunities, information about conservations and research,...
National Climate Service
From the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration find data, graphs, educational materials, videos and more about climate, climate research, trends, and more from around the world.
Grade 3-Grade 6
Discover the natural world and the connections that make nature work in this 16-part series for students in grades 3-6. Each episode is fifteen minutes long and consists of five distinct segments. Topics include: adaptation, coloration, natural communication,...
Organisms and The Environment
"This unit covers content covered under the Ecology strand of the NAD SMART Science Curriculum. It is designed to cover grades Pre-K to 4. Each lesson plan is leveled as Easy (Pre-K to K), Medium (Grade 1-2), and Advanced (Grades 3-4) to be adapted to...
Peace Corps Resources for Educators
Lesson plans and stories for teachers from the Peace Corps.