Through guided imagery, students compare their energy use with that of a Native American in the past...
Students investigate how much water they use in their lives, both directly and indirectly.
Students investigate how much water they use in their lives, both directly and indirectly. Students will be...
Grandpa and granddaughter on computer researching their family history
By interviewing adults they know, students learn about diverse backgrounds and consider reasons why people migrate from...
Students simulate several generations of a family’s growth, comparing a two-child average family size to a three-child...
Single person standing with palm trees
Students read (or listen to) the short story, From Island to Island, then create a play or perform...
Aerial view of Irving, Texas shows green space among school, homes and roads.
Students plot the necessary green space to meet the class's oxygen needs and design an imaginary "green"...
Students act as animals trying to survive by collecting essential habitat services - water, soil, shelter, space,...
Group of students working together and sharing a moment after making a difference in their community
Students read and discuss a story about people coming together to help one another, and then work...
Unit for elementary grades covers how humans create waste and impact the environment
An elementary-level reading on the creation and disposal of solid waste.

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"The activities not only bring out important content, but they also provide real-world context for environmental, population and sustainability issues. They engage participants in very thought-provoking and critical-thinking discussions.”

Helen de la Maza, Environmental Educator, Irvine, CA