Resources for TEACHERS
Classroom Activities/Lesson Plans
an online resource designed to help high school teachers include environmental content in their daily lesson plans.
Offering a broad range of free classroom resources that complement and extend learning beyond the bell.
This Canadian website has a number of lessons and classroom activities for teachers to inspire their students with. Sign up and log in!
Finding My Forest
Want to know more about forests? Here's information and additional resources, indexed by lesson, which will help you make the most out of your Finding My Forest experience
Hands on the Land
Provides many downloadable educator resources collected from a variety of sources for K-12 classrooms for the teacher who wants to integrate various environmental education topics in to their curriculum.
HSU Natural History Museum
Virtual exhibits offer web-based learning along with downloadable lesson plans and classroom activities.
NOAA Educational Resources
Connecting Educators and Students to NOAA education and science resources with an abundance of available resources.
NOAA Marine Sanctuaries
This site provides teachers with curricula, lesson plans and activities designed to promote ocean literacy and excite your students about science and technology.
Project Learning Tree
An award-winning environmental education program designed for teachers and other educators, parents and community leaders working with youth from preschool through grade 12.
Redwood National Park
A teacher’s guide and a wheeled resource trunk containing supplies for the lessons can be borrowed for 7th & 8th grades with 11 units that explore research methods used by park staff to help determine management decisions and practices.
Save the Redwoods
Offering downloadable educational resources for k-12th grade classrooms with teacher's guides and additional links to more Redwood resources!