Thirty-two percent of the plastics produced each year flow into our oceans. Here are a few ways you can encourage your students to reflect on how much plastic they use and how they can reduce their plastic consumption to protect the environment.
These experiments, games, and activities can help students in grades K-8 learn about the effect pollution has on the environment and inspire us to make a change.
Will you be attending the NSTA conference in St. Louis, Missouri in April? Join one of our focus groups to tell us how PLT might better meet your needs and we’ll give you a $50 Amazon gift card.
Celebrate mathematics and all that is Pi using these nature-based and STEM-focused activities.
Nearly 5,000 students, from kindergarten to high school, are helping to design and lead a variety of projects to green their schools and improve forests, watersheds, and wildlife habitat.
Gracias al U.S. Forest Service [Servicio Forestal de Estados Unidos], muchas actividades de PLT ahora están siendo traducidas al español, tanto para maestros como para padres.
Sloths, koalas, geckos, and opossums have found unique ways to live in tree-tops. Find out how these animals have adapted to life in the tree canopy.
Ideas to engage elementary and middle school students in science, technology, engineering, and math as they learn about history, tradition, and storytelling.
PLT is updating its flagship curriculum, the PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide. We’re seeking educators to pilot test five new activities. Stipends are available, apply by March 8, 2019.
Our new series of free webinars will provide teachers, administrators, and students valuable information and ideas on how to implement PLT’s GreenSchools Investigations.