Click on the following links to reach lesson plans and educator websites.
Water Conservation: Grades 6-12
Managing Your Energy Budget: Grades 6-12
PBS Global Warming: Grades 6-12
Resource Depot – Nonprofit reusable resource center in West Palm Beach. Teachers, parents and artists can join to shop free and nearly free, eco-friendly art and educational supplies.
Classroom Earth – Classroom Earth is an online resource designed to help high school teachers include environmental content in their daily lesson plans.
CLEAN – Climate Literacy & Energy Awareness Network -- A set of climate literacy and energy awareness principles that provides a framework for teaching the science behind these issues. Each summary links to a more detailed discussion of what makes the topic important, why it can be challenging to teach, and suggestions for grade-level specific teaching strategies and links to relevant teaching materials. Wonderful resource!
Florida Power & Lights (FPL) – Educational Programs and Resources involving energy conservation
Earth Adventure – Earth Adventure is for teachers and students to find useful information in the subject areas of: social studies, geography, science, history, K-12 outreach programs, and the environment. This resource is updated on a weekly basis.
Greening Schools – The purpose of the project was to help schools provide a safe and healthy environment. The project was also designed to provide teachers with standards-based tools to introduce the concepts of waste reduction and pollution prevention to students.
Kids For Saving Earth – The mission of Kids for Saving Earth is to educate, inspire, and empower children to protect the Earth’s environment.
Edutopia – Search for lesson plans, Web sites, and educational resources by topic, grade level, cost, or location, or add your resource.
Terracycle – Get paid for your trash!
School Garden Wizard – Helps your school make the case, plan the garden, and use it in your curriculum.
Palm Beach Soil and Water Conservation District – strives to educate local land users, residents and businesses on ways to protect our natural resources, promote best management practices and conserve, improve and sustain the environment.
Ology: American Museum of Natural History – Great website with water resources, games, lesson plans, and activities.
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