"I love [the Habitat Explorers program] program because I can connect it to many science and social studies lessons. My students understand the things we need in order to survive."
Shaasia Jackson, Propel Braddock Hills
Environmental Education at Your Fingertips!
If you were a teacher partner in the 2019-2020 school year, participating in one of our multi-visit programs, you can find supplemental program material below...
Ecosystem Investigators and High School Urban EcoStewards activities coming soon!
Resources for all K-12 Educators
Habitat Exploration - Early Elementary
- For students unable to attend their third Habitat Explorer’s field trip with their class this spring, home-based activities can be found here!
- For students who have not attended a Habitat Explorers field trip, learn about the ins and outs of habitats with home-based activities by clicking here!
Park Stewards at Home - Intermediate
- Bring the Park Stewards nature journaling experience into your own home by clicking here.
High School Urban Ecostewards
This program gives students in 9th through 12th grade the opportunity to work together on collaborative, hands- on volunteer projects to improve the ecological health of their community.
Students experience the outdoors throughout the seasons to learn about urban ecology and the benefits provided by parks and other green infrastructure in cities.Click here to learn more.
Neighborhood Nature Exploration
- Join Naturalist Educator Mike (Carya) Cornell and learn how to explore your neighborhood habitat!
Want to learn even more about what's living under rocks and logs? Click here.