Parents & Teachers

Birds

Are you interested in birds? Would you like to know more about World Migratory Bird Day? Visit our partners at Environment for the Americas, the hosts of World Migratory Bird Day.

Natural Inquirer

The Natural Inquirer teaches children about the scientific process and nature using science standards. They have materials from elementary through high school, with some in Spanish.

Mister G

Mister G is a bilingual, GRAMMY Award-winning artist, author, activist and educator. He has wonderful sing-along videos for children, a book about Monarch migration called Senorita Mariposa, and is working on some new material to help parents and kids get through the pandemic.

Into the Outdoors

Into the Outdoors is outside-oriented, with some curricula for elementary, middle, and high school students.

Discover the Forest

Here is a list of activities and places to go to Discover the Forest.

NatureWatch

Stuck at home? Explore this site to find great places to NatureWatch in National Forests across the United States online and plan your future travels.

Pollinator Partnership

From curriculums to pollinator and flower-themed activities for students, Pollinator Partnership is a wonderful resource to teach kids the importance of pollinators (everything from birds, bats, butterflies, moths, flies, beetles, wasps, small mammals, and most importantly, bees.)

FSNatureLIVE

No matter where you are in the world, visit these FSNatureLIVE programs for exciting, on-site learning about bats, butterflies, climate change, wetlands, and more!

 



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