A classic PLT activity connects students in Texas and Connecticut—and a parent adds an unexpected personal connection to make the learning even more real.
An elementary school in Louisiana proves Project Learning Tree is a powerful tool that can be used to improve student test scores.
Brooke teaches at Medart Elementary School in Crawfordville, Florida. She is passionate about environmental awareness and teaching her students to care about the environment.
Kyle is the principal at Bicentennial Elementary School in Nashua, New Hampshire, where she helped implement green initiatives and PLT resources in every grade.
Storybooks are a great way to capture children’s interest in the environment. As this story builds, it repeats, an excellent instruction technique for young children.
Download these six Project Learning Tree activities to support “teachable moments” related to this classic children’s book and film.
Whether your school is just starting out or has had lots of experience being “green,” PLT’s GreenSchools Investigations can help move you forward.
In this children’s book, a young girl takes a quiet walk with her father and identifies the many different sounds they hear.
Washington, D.C. might belong to the whole nation as our capital–but it also a place where kids live, learn, and go green.
Cindy Kilpatrick, the Environmental Science Facilitator at Oil City Magnet School in Oil City, Louisiana, coordinated more than 100 environmental field trips in one year,