PLT’s Activity Collection provides content in support of an identified theme for a particular grade level.
Each collection offers hands-on activities for teachers and nonformal educators, youth group leaders and home schoolers, to connect youth to nature and the outdoors.
Designed to be flexible, the activities that comprise each collection can be used as individual, stand-alone lessons, or all together as a cohesive unit of instruction using a storyline technique.
|Together for Birds is PLT’s newest downloadable resource for educators of students in grades K-2 (with variations for grades 3-5) that invites students to investigate ways that birds and other living things depend on their habitat to live.|
|Connecting for Health and Planet is a downloadable resource for educators of students in grades 3-5 that invites learners to investigate how being outside—and among trees, specifically—provides people with many different physical, emotional, social, and learning benefits.|
Sensational Trees is a downloadable resource for educators of students in grades K-2 that uses sensory exploration to understand objects, spaces, people and interactions.
Biodiversity Blitz is a downloadable resource for educators of students in grades 3-5 that invites learners to investigate variability among species in an ecosystem, and how this variability – or biodiversity – helps sustain life on Earth.
Discover Your Urban Forest is a downloadable resource for educators of students in grades 6-8 that invites learners to explore their urban environment and investigate environmental issues that affect their urban community.
Trillions of Trees is a downloadable resource for educators of grades 3-5 students to encourage the investigation of the unique characteristics of different tree species and discover how best to plan, plant, and care for trees in their community.
Nature of Fire is a downloadable resource for educators of grade 6-8 students that invites learners to investigate wildfire and ecosystem change.
Get the Materials
Purchase each resource as a downloadable pdf from shop.plt.org.
For additional information on professional development opportunities, contact your state PLT Coordinator.