Educational Activities and Curricula

  • Project Wild – Project WILD links students and wildlife worldwide through curriculum, resource materials, educator workshops, and other means.
  • "Growing Up Wild - Exploring Nature with Young Children" – is a wonderful book of activities for 3-7 year old children, developed by the Council for Environmental Education in cooperation with Project Wild. The book is available from this website or to people who participate in a "Growing Up Wild" workshop. In Alaska those workshops are offered by the Department of Fish and Game.
  • Project Learning Tree – Project Learning Tree (PLT) is the American Forest Foundation's environmental education program that provides teacher training and produces curriculum materials for students in grades PreK-12.
  • Project WET – Project WET is a program to educate people world-wide about water resources and water management through teacher training and community events.
  • Ecosystem Matters – An extensive set of activities related to ecosystems and designed to supplement environmental studies.


Quick Links

School children hike to a site to study beaver habitat, Tongass National Forest

School children hike to a site to study beaver habitat, Hoonah Ranger District, Tongass National Forest

 



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