Victoria Pasco teaches at the Science Discovery Center at Catawba Trail Elementary School in Elgin, South Carolina, and has used PLT resources since the 1980s.
Use this book with PreK-3 graders to explore the changing seasons, the alphabet, and the wonderful world of haikus.
With PLT activities infused across the curriculum and some amazing student accomplishments, this school is a model for others wanting to build a GreenSchools program.
Project Learning Tree has awarded 63 GreenWorks! grants to schools and organizations across the country to involve students in community-based environmental projects. Nearly 14,000 students …
Use this book to explore the falling leaves of autumn with young readers and a first-year bear cub.
Education is my passion, and I am fortunate to enjoy it as a career. As Manager of Education Programs with the Project Learning Tree (PLT) national office in Washington, D.C., I help create PLT’s PreK-12 activities and design professional development programs for educators. For nearly a decade, I have been immersed in the field of environmental education.
In this book for grades K-2, join three young children and their Dad as they observe life in and around a stream.
Use this children’s book to compare and contrast rural and urban America as Lydia travels to a new city with a suitcase full of seeds.
Spring is here! Flowers are beginning to bloom and new leaves are growing on the trees. Have your students take a closer look at trees to identify where leaves come from and how changing conditions affect leaf growth.
Karen Christenson uses PLT to advocate for the environment as she teaches science at St. Anthony Park Elementary School in St. Paul, Minnesota.