Teaching Materials for Early Childhood

environmental-experiences-for-early-childhood-teachers-choice-award-cover-and-cdEarly Childhood Guide and CD

Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood provides an introduction to environmental education, encouraging children ages 3 to 6 to explore, discover and communicate in expressive ways. With over 130 experiences that engage young children in outdoor exploration and play, it’s no wonder Learning® Magazine chose PLT’s Early Childhood guide as a Teachers’ Choice Award winner!

To receive Environmental  Experiences for Early Childhood, attend a Project Learning Tree professional development workshop in your state or sign up for an online course that can be completed in your own time, wherever you are.

 

Green Schools for Early Childhood Covers for Five InvestigationsGreenSchools for Early Childhood

PLT’s GreenSchools for Early Childhood program specifically meets the needs of early childhood educators and younger learners. It is designed to teach young children about their environment and how they can make a difference, while developing their skills in language, mathematics, science, and more. PLT’s GreenSchools for Early Childhood includes an Educator Guide and five Investigations.

To receive the materials, register to get access to each investigation and the educator guide online.

 

Curriculum_cover_Grades_K-2_Treemendous_ScienceK-Grade 2:
E-Unit – Treemendous Science!

PLT’s Treemendous Science! e-unit is an invitation to increase the quantity and quality of your K-2 learners’ contact with nature and trees. With Treemendous Science!, students will experience, explore, and collect tree data to develop understandings about how trees grow, the roles trees play in ecosystems, and the ways in which trees and humans interact. 

 

PPLT-PreK-8-environmental-education-guide-coverreK-8 Guide

Ninety-six multi-disciplinary activities can be found inside PLT’s PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide – each one tailored to specific grade levels and learning objectives.  Each activity is filled with opportunities to build critical thinking skills, incorporate technology, and use differentiated instruction.

To receive the PreK-8 Guideattend a Project Learning Tree professional development workshop in your state or sign up for an online course that can be completed in your own time, wherever you are.

 

 

Cover for the Nature Activities for Families guideFamily Activities

Nature is a great teacher!  Try these activity ideas from Project Learning Tree to connect the children in your life to the outdoors and nature. This printed guide contains a collection of more than 30 fun and easy-to-do activities. Suitable for children ages 3 – 15, some activities work better for younger children, others are more suited for older children. The way you present them will change depending on your child’s knowledge and ability. 

Purchase Nature Activities for Families from shop.plt.org.