CampusERC - The Environmental Resource Center for Higher Education
"a resource library to help college and university environmental officers keep up with the latest news and information on environmental issues, study best practices in environmental management, view case studies, and better understand what institutions...
Christians and the Environment - A Biblical Perspective
Zuill explores why the church has been so uncertain of it's place in the "Environmental Movement" and specifically how we as Adventists should relate to the needs of creation, needs that are now made more acute by years of neglect and abuse. Zuill...
Earth Science Labs
Grade 9-Grade 10
This comprehensive collection of earth science labs integrate faith with academic excellence. Download 110+ lab sheets for a full year's high school earth science course. An index organizes labs by chapter titles in the text Glencoe McGraw Hill's text, Earth...
EarthSave promotes healthy and life-sustaining food choices; supplies information, support and practical programs to those who have learned that their food choices impact environmental and human health; support individuals in making food choices that promote...
"This part of the global issues web site attempts to highlight some of the environmental issues and concerns that have an affect on all of us — from what we do, to what we don’t do." A basic introduction to key issues, with links to more...
Frog Friendly Tips to Help Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
Grade 5-Grade 8
Discover creative recycling tips from our Frog Friendly Tips Show that you can do at work or at home.
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.
NAD Science Curriculum Guide 9-12
Grade 9-Grade 12
The NAD science curriculum guide for Grades 9-12 includes rationale, philosophy, goals, scope and sequence, and content overview for each of the major disciplines: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physical Science, and Physics. It is intended as a guide...
National Park Service
Website of the National Park Service of America. Access curriculum based field trips to national parks, links to resources related to the parks, maps, passes, conservation information, much more. This is a treasure for American natural studies research.
National Wildlife Federation Website
Home page of National Wildlife Federation. Includes links to Ranger Rick, Your Big Backyard, Animal Baby, National Wildlife and International Wildlife. Online activities. Conservation information, school yard habitat information, outdoor activities for families...
Plant Database - USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
Grade 5-Grade 8
This is a searchable database. "The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories. It includes names, plant symbols, checklists, distributional data,...
Polar Bears International - Polar Bear Facts and Information
Grade 5-Grade 8
The central educational resource on polar bears worldwide includes facts about polar bears habitat, motion, bear attacks, in zoos, myths and misconceptions, hunting seals, hibernation, bathing habits, sleep, and more.
Ranger Rick Magazine
Grade 1-Grade 6
Ranger Rick is the publication of National Wildlife Federation aimed at lower grade students. The free website has games, activities, ecology information. If you are interested in getting Ranger Rick or Ranger Rick Jr. for your classroom call the customer...
Surf Your Watershed
If you live in the USA, you can find your watershed at this interactive site.
Teaching Elementary and Secondary Students How to Care for the Earth
Students in elementary and secondary schools don't have specific classes designed to teach environmental issues. Thus, these issues need to be integrated into the existing curriculum. Also, school-wide projects dealing with the environment help to involve...
There's an Owl in the Shower
Grade 1-Grade 5
Because his father has lost his job logging in the old-growth forests of northern California, Borden vows to destroy any spotted owl he sees. When he discovers an owlet lying on the ground, he decides to rescue it, assuming it is a barred owl and, therefore,...
Grade 3-Grade 8
While searching for his uncle, a young boy joins the crew of an Eskimo whaling captain and learns the importance of whaling to the Eskimo culture. In the process he explores his own ancestry and personal values while exercising courage, and kindness to those...